Carmignac shakes up its fund management team

Carmignac has make three appointments within its fund management team with one hire and two promotions.

Christophe Moulin has joined as deputy head of the cross-asset team, with Julien Chéron and Aymeric Guedy being promoted to the respective roles of co-managers of the Carmignac Global Bond strategy and Carmignac Sécurité strategy.

The firm said that the Paris-based Moulin will contribute to the development of the firm’s global investment strategy. He comes to the firm from BNP Paribas AM where he was most recently global head of multi asset, working at the firm for 14 years.

Meanwhile, the firm said that Chéron is a fund manager and quantitative analyst within the fixed income team. He joined Carmignac in 2009. He previously worked at CDC Ixis between 2002 and 2006, first in the capital markets entity where he oversaw risk management, specialised in equity derivatives. Then, he joined as a quantitative analyst, specialised in equity and credit derivatives. In 2006, he joined Anakena Finance as risk manager.

Guedy is a fund manager and analyst within the fixed income team. He joined Carmignac in 2013 and started his career in 2011 as product specialist private equity and alternative investments at Bank of Singapore. From 2013 to 2018, he was product specialist at Carmignac, specialised on fixed income, before being promoted to analyst in 2018.

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