Chief Investment Officer, Multi-asset & Macro and Portfolio Manager, AIMS Target Return and Target Income Funds
London, United Kingdom
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Peter leads our global Multi-asset & Macro investment team and is responsible for the team’s strategic direction. Additionally, he is a portfolio manager of the AIMS Target Return and Target Income funds.
Experience and qualifications
Peter began his career at Old Mutual in 1995 before joining BNP Wealth Management’s Multi-asset team. He has extensive international experience having worked in Asia, Latin America and Europe. Peter holds a postgraduate diploma in Education from Trinity College Dublin and a degree in European studies from the University of Cork. He is also a CFA® charterholder.
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