Jupiter makes double hire for fixed income

Jupiter Asset Management has added two analysts to its fixed income team, including Alejandro Di Bernardo who joins from Deutsche Asset Management in New York but relocates to London.

Di Bernardo will focus on Latin America as part of the emerging markets debt team, supporting fund manager Alejandro Arevalo on the Jupiter Global Emerging Markets Corporate Bond Fund and a short duration fund.

Joel Ojdana was a credit analyst at Balyasny Asset Management and Seaport and will work alongside Charlie Spelina and the broader fixed income team in generating US focused ideas for Jupiter’s unconstrained bond strategy, led by Ariel Bezalel.

Katharine Dryer, head of investments, fixed income and multi-asset, said: “The ongoing development of our regional credit expertise is a key step in Jupiter’s initiative to strengthen and broaden the capabilities we offer clients in fixed income.”

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