Schroders Hires Two For Multi-Asset

Sep 4 2012 | 9:27am ET

Schroders has added a pair of analysts to its multi-asset team as the group prepares to launch a global macro bond hedge fund.

The asset managers hired Jingjing Cui from JPMorgan Asset Management and Matthew Joyce from Occam Asset Management. The former is a quantitative fixed-income and currency modeling specialist and the latter a volatility specialist; Joyce will cover all asset classes at Schroders.

At JPMorgan, Cui was a vice president and senior quantitative research analyst. Joyce was an equity analyst at Occam. He formerly worked at Polar Capital.


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