Phil Yuhn, Jose Wynne, Lisa Chua and Ehsan Bashi will be based in New York and Maria do Carmo Cal in London, working under Guillermo Ossés, Man GLG’s head of emerging markets debt strategies, who joined the firm in January 2016.
The emerging markets debt team manages three distinct strategies; one focuses on hard currency, one on local currency and an opportunistic strategy investing in the entire emerging markets debt domain.
Yuhn was previously a portfolio manager at American Century Investments, and worked alongside Guillermo Ossés as a senior portfolio manager at HSBC Global Asset Management prior to that.
Wynne joins from Barclays where he was managing director, head of FX Research. Before that he worked within the North America FX strategy team as well as spending time as a senior emerging markets strategist.
Chua, previously worked alongside Guillermo Ossés as part of the emerging markets debt team at HSBC Global Asset Management in the US, where she was a senior vice president and portfolio manager responsible for external markets.
Ehsan, who previously was a manager at KPMG advising clients on risk management related matters, joins as a portfolio engineer based in New York. He joined KPMG from Societe Generale where he worked as a Non-Agency RMBS Trader, prior to which he was a portfolio management associate in the emerging markets team at PIMCO.
Do Carmo Cal, previously a managing director and head of capital markets at Banco Itaú BBA International, joins as a London-based product specialist.
“I believe that we have put together a first-class emerging markets debt team at Man GLG and I am excited about what we can achieve in this market for our clients,” said Teun Johnston, co-CEO of Man GLG. Man GLG provides the institutional framework and entrepreneurial environment in which this group of professionals will thrive.”