BlackRock fixed income exec Imran Hussain, Octagon's Mead Welles plan launch
By Rob Copeland
Thu Oct 4, 2012
The veteran managers are starting an emerging markets macro fund.
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...
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