BlackRock fixed income exec Imran Hussain, Octagon's Mead Welles plan launch

By Rob Copeland

Thu Oct 4, 2012

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The veteran managers are starting an emerging markets macro fund.


   
  Mead Welles 
   
  Imran Hussain 


Imran Hussain, the longtime head of emerging market debt and currency portfolios for $3.7 trillion asset manager BlackRock, has resigned and is teaming up with former Octagon Asset Management head portfolio manager Mead Welles to launch a new emerging markets fund in New York, according to marketing materials obtained by Absolute Return.

The duos Infineon Capital Management will take a macro approach to emerging markets, trading a changing mix of currencies, commodities, corporate bonds and stocks in...

ISSN: 2151-1845 / CDC10004H

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