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21 January 2019
M&G Investments (“M&G”) has appointed Vincent Charles-Gervais as Portfolio Manager within its asset-backed securities (“ABS”) team. Charles-Gervais will report to James King, Head of ABS Portfolio Management, and will be based in London.
Charles-Gervais has 15 years’ experience in structured and alternative credit and joins from ICG where he was a Portfolio Manager for ICG Alternative Credit. Prior to that he held research and structuring roles at Zais Group, Lehman Brothers and AXA IM.
James King, Head of ABS Portfolio Management, M&G says: “Vincent’s many years of experience investing in ABS markets will be invaluable to meet the growing demand for the asset class. Our pension fund and other institutional clients continue to seek the attractive levels of yield and security that ABS offers.”
M&G is one of the most active investors in European ABS, managing €26 billion in total. Charles-Gervais joins the team managing over €6 billion in dedicated third party institutional strategies. The 17-strong team’s sits within M&G’s £132 billion Institutional Fixed Income business.
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M&G Investments is part of M&G Prudential, a savings and investment business which was formed in August 2017 by our parent company, Prudential plc and has £351 billion of assets under management (as at 30 June 2018). M&G Prudential has over 7 million customers in the UK, Europe and Asia, including individual savers and investors, life insurance policy holders and pension scheme members.
M&G Prudential is set to demerge from Prudential Plc to become an independent company listed on the London Stock Exchange.
For nearly nine decades M&G Investments has been helping its customers to prosper by putting investments to work, which in turn creates jobs, homes and vital infrastructure in the real economy. Its investment solutions span equities, fixed income, multi asset, cash, private debt, infrastructure and real estate. M&G recognises the importance of responsible investing and is a signatory to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) and is a member of the Climate Bonds Initiative Partners Programme.
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