Amundi hires Janus Henderson's Myerberg to head absolute return fixed income arm

Based in London

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French-based asset manager Amundi has appointed Ryan Myerberg as its new head of absolute return for global fixed income.

Myerberg replaces David Ric, who stepped down from the position last year, and will be based in London.  He joins from Janus Henderson Investors where he was a senior portfolio manager for global macro and global credit strategies, including the Glo Flex Income and Global Bond funds. Amundi fund merger sees range reduce from 150 to 90 amid Pioneer integraton The manager was also responsible for global economic, policy and political analysis, and was a member of the firm's investment strategy group, which oversees global asset allocation decisions across a number of fixed income str...

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