bfinance Adds Fixed-Income Specialist To Research Team

Jul 24 2013 | 8:42am ET

London-based financial services firm bfinance has added Roubesh Adaya as a senior associate on its fixed-income research team.

Prior to joining bfinance, Adaya worked for BNP Paribas Asset Management in Paris and  London, covering core fixed income. Before BNP Paribas AM, Adaya was a global fixed-income investment specialist at Fisher Frances Trees & Watts for three years, covering core global fixed-income products as well as absolute/total return, global inflation-linked bonds and smart benchmarks strategies. Prior to that, Adaya worked as an Associate at ABN AMRO Asset Management and subsequently Fortis Investment, where he covered a wide range of fixed-income asset classes and currencies.

Said Olivier Cassin, managing director and head of research at bfinance, in a statement: “As we continue to grow our team and develop our global capabilities, Roubesh is joining us to provide expert fixed income counsel. He is an excellent addition to our team with a fantastic track record and his insights and market knowledge will help our clients to better manage and execute their investment plans."

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