JP Morgan Asset Management (JPMAM) has appointed Myles Bradshaw as managing director and head of global aggregate fixed income strategies within the firm’s global fixed income currencies and commodities (GFICC) group.
London-based Bradshaw succeeds Iain Stealey in the role, following Stealey’s promotion to international chief investment officer for GFICC earlier this year.
Bradshaw joins from Amundi where he was head of the global aggregate fixed income team. Before joining Amundi, Myles spent eight years as a portfolio manager at Pimco, where he led the firm’s eurozone sovereign and macro strategy.
He has also worked at Threadneedle Investment Managers, managing global and sterling portfolios. Myles started his career in 1996 as an economist at HM Treasury in London.
Stealey said: “We’re delighted Myles has joined the team. We’re always looking to reinforce our fixed income platform with exceptional talent and Myles brings with him over two decades worth of experience managing interest rate, credit, securitized, volatility and foreign exchange rate risks in global portfolios.”
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