Fidelity International portfolio manager Claudio Ferrarese leaves

After more than 17 years

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Fixed income fund manager Claudio Ferrarese has exited Fidelity International after over 17 years with the firm.

The portfolio manager joined Fidelity as a graduate, spending over eight years in fixed income quant research before being promoted to portfolio manager, a role he has held for nine and a half years. It is not clear, however, as to where Ferrarese will move to next. His exit follows the appointment of Allianz Global Investors' Mike Riddell, who will assume responsibility as the lead portfolio manager for Fidelity's strategic and total return bond strategies. Allianz GIobal Investors star bond manager Mike Riddell exits to join Fidelity After joining in August this year, Riddell wil...

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