Head of Implementation, Multi-asset & Macro
London, United Kingdom
Joined Aviva Investors
Joined The Industry
Dhannjay is responsible for the implementation and day to day management of all portfolios run within Multi-asset.
Experience and qualifications
Before joining Aviva Investors, Dhannjay was head of structured fund management at Lehman Brothers Asset Management, with responsibility for the management of Multi-asset, commodity and credit structured funds. Prior to Lehman Brothers, Dhannjay spent five years with the fund linked derivatives group at Credit Suisse, with responsibility for the management of capital guaranteed structures linked to a broad range of traditional and alternative assets.
Dhannjay graduated with a degree in Accounting and Finance from Kingston University and is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.
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