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Jupiter Asset Management adds two analysts to its fixed income team
10/08/2018 , News Team

Jupiter Asset Management has appointed Alejandro Di Bernardo and Joel Ojdana as analysts to its fixed income team. 

Mr Bernardo, who is relocating from New York for the role, joins from Deutsche Asset Management where he worked as a high yield and leveraged loans analyst since 2012. Prior to that, he worked at Citigroup and Accenture in South America. 

He will be joining the team as an emerging market debt analyst focusing on Latin America and will primarily support fund manager Alejandro Arevalo on the Jupiter Global Emerging Markets Corporate Bond Fund and the Jupiter Global Emerging Markets Short Duration Bond Fund (SICAVs). 

Since 2015 Mr Ojdana has worked as a credit analyst at Balyasny Asset Management and Seaport, having previously spent seven years in investment banking working for firms including Mizuho Securities and BNP Paribas. Based in London, he will work alongside Charlie Spelina and the broader fixed income team in generating US focused ideas for Jupiter’s unconstrained bond strategy, led by head of strategy Ariel Bezalel.

Jupiter is a fund management group founded in London in 1985.

 

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