London-based Hermes Investment Management has appointed Andrew Jackson as head of Fixed Income.
Based in London, he will report to Eoin Murray, head of Investment. Jackson will be responsible for leading the strategic development of the credit and direct lending investment teams as well as for developing a global multi-asset credit offering for pension funds and other long-term institutional investors.
Furthermore, Jackson will also sit on the Hermes Strategy Group, contributing to the development of the business.
Jackson joins from Cairn Capital where he was CIO, head of Investment Committee & senior member of the executive management committee.
Among other he was responsible for the development of the asset management business.
Prior to that, Jackson was vice president, European credit structuring at Bank of America, and has held roles with Fitch Ratings and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Eoin Murray, head of Investment, Hermes Investment Management, said: “Andrew has extensive in-depth industry knowledge and experience in managing global Credit and Fixed Income products using an active management style. Moreover, he has a credible, structured investment process and an excellent investment track record, making him a great fit with Hermes’ long term, active investment style. His appointment underlines the commitment the business has to providing innovative, fixed income solutions to investors currently struggling with a world of low yields.”
Hermes Investment Management has £30.6bn (€36.1bn) of assets under management.
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