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Wells Fargo Asset Management hires portfolio manager
17/03/2017 , News Team

Wells Fargo Asset Management has added Stephane Fiévée as a portfolio manager to the organisation’s ECM Asset Management subsidiary, effective immediately.

Mr Fiévée will support the portfolio management team on all high yield, loan and senior-secured portfolios. Co-portfolio managers Jens Vanbrabant and Henry Craik-White have joint responsibility for portfolio management and performance and, going forward, will be assisted in this task by Mr Fiévée.

Most recently, Mr Fiévée was an assistant portfolio manager and senior credit analyst at Alpstar Capital, where he focused on leveraged finance. Earlier, he served as founding member and senior investment analyst at Pearl Diver Capital, LLP, and as a senior associate in the structured credit products group at Wells Fargo Securities (formerly Wachovia Securities International Ltd.).

“We are delighted to have Stephane join our Sub-Investment-Grade Credit team”, said Jens Vanbrabant, portfolio manager and head of sub-investment-grade credit at ECM Asset Management. “Along with his portfolio management expertise, he brings with him an impressive background in credit analysis, which will continue to be valuable in light of the changing environment for those instruments”.

 

 

 

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