Eaton Vance Adds Credit Specialist In London

Jan 28 2015 | 6:07am ET

Eaton Vance Management International has appointed Jeffrey Mueller as vice president, portfolio manager and global high yield analyst.

Based in London,  Mueller will be responsible for spearheading continued growth in Eaton Vance’s global corporate credit capabilities. He will lead investment management and credit research for all non-U.S. high yield opportunities.

Mueller will join Eaton Vance in March 2015 from Threadneedle Asset Management, where he has been a high yield portfolio manager and investment analyst since 2009. He managed European high yield credit portfolios, with focused research coverage of the automobile, industrials and services sectors. Mueller previously spent six years working as a European sub-investment-grade research analyst and trader for Centaurus Capital and Amaranth Advisors, both in London.

“Jeff’s skills and experience will enable us to further develop the scope and scale of our London-based global corporate credit capabilities,” said  Michael Weilheimer, Eaton Vance’s director of high yield, based in Boston. “Our team’s research analysts have long maintained significant coverage of non-U.S. credits. Jeff’s addition to the team allows us to leverage existing investment capabilities while enhancing the depth of our research and the reach of our global presence. We plan to hire additional global credit analysts later this year who will report to Jeff.”


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