Senior departures at Invesco bond team
Invesco has confirmed the departure of Mark Nash, head of Global Multi-Sector Portfolio Management and portfolio manager Nicholas Wall (pictured), as InvestmentEurope can reveal exclusively.
Nash has been with the Henley-headquartered asset manager since 2001. Based in London, he heads the Global Multi-Sector Portfolio Management team for Invesco’s Fixed Income division. In 2007, he was promoted to senior fund manager.
The Invesco Global Bond fund managed by Mark Nash has had a five year annualized return of 4.93% and 8,74% return year to date, according to Morningstar.
Nicholas Wall has been with Invesco since 2006, reporting to Mark Nash. He manages several multi-currency global bond mandates for institutional investors and takes responsibility for the day-to-day management of the Invesco Euro Bond Fund. He also has analyst responsibilities, covering Europe, emerging Europe, Japan and global inflation markets.
Prior to his current role as portfolio manager, Wall spent five years in the Invesco Global Cash Management team.
According to Invesco, the portfolio management responsibilities of Nash and Wall have been assigned to Sean Connery, Josef Portelli, Lyndon Man, Luke Greenwood of the Invesco Fixed Income global portfolio management team based in London on an ad interim basis and all funds continue to operate on a normal basis.
The group seeks to expand its fixed income portfolio management team in the long run.