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Emerging market debt specialist Philip Meier joins Gramercy

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

B. G., Opalesque Geneva:

Philip Meier has joined Gramercy Funds Management's London office as managing director and emerging markets debt portfolio manager.

Gramercy, founded in 1998, is an emerging markets investment manager based in Greenwich, CT with offices in London and Buenos Aires. With $5.5bn in AuM, Gramercy offers both alternative and long-only strategies across various asset classes.

In this role, Mr. Meier will be an integral part of Gramercy's emerging markets credit investment team as he expands the firm's presence in London. He will be a co-portfolio manager of Gramercy's emerging markets debt business and a member of the firm's credit investment committee. He will report to Bradshaw McKee, head of credit and co-head of capital solutions.

He brings more than 12 years of investment experience to Gramercy's public credit team, having spent four and a half years at Legal & General Investment Management (LGIM) as a senior member of the emerging markets debt portfolio management team, a year at AXA Investment Managers as senior portfolio manager, emerging markets fixed income, and six years at Deutsche Asset Management as portfolio manager, emerging markets credit.

"I am excited to join Gramercy's extensive investment team," he says in the press release. "Gramercy's focus solely to managing emerging markets assets is a strong differentiator in this crowded market, and I look forward to contributing to the continue......................

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