Henderson Appoints New Head of Credit

Nov 1 2007 | 10:25am ET

Henderson Global Investors has appointed Stephen Thariyan as head of credit, effective Nov. 9. He will be based in London and report to David Jacob, head of fixed-income.

Thariyan joins from Rogge Global Partners, where he served as the portfolio manager responsible for investing in corporate bonds and credit derivatives on a global basis. At Hednerson, Thariyan will lead the 17-strong credit alpha team of portfolio managers and credit analysts responsible for over £12 billion of credit portfolios within a growing range of products including hedge and high alpha funds.

“Over the past three years we have built a very strong credit team by attracting and developing top talent,” said Jacob. “There is no doubt that the credit market has become increasingly sophisticated with the use of derivatives continuing apace. We have invested heavily in our infrastructure making us one of the leading buy side credit derivative investors in Europe.”


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