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Carmignac Appoints Vicent Steenman Global Coordinator of Analysis, a newly created position

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Carmignac Appoints Vicent Steenman Global Coordinator of Analysis, a newly created position

Carmignac Group today announces the creation of a Global Research Coordination role as well as promotions in the European and Emerging Markets teams for the benefit of the whole Funds range.

Vincent Steenman is appointed to the newly created role of Global Research Coordinator, whose objective is to increase cross-fertilization of investment ideas between the Paris and London research teams. Prior to this appointment, Vincent, 33, was in charge of the capital goods sector at Carmignac, partner at Zadig Asset Management, analyst at LVMH-Groupe Arnault Family Office. He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique in Paris and holds a Master’s degree in Finance from HEC School of Management in Paris.

Edward Cole is appointed today co-manager of the fund Carmignac Emerging Patrimoine (960M€). Edward will co-manage the equity component of the Fund alongside Simon Pickard and Charles Zerah who keeps managing the fixed income component. Edward, 38, so far analyst on EMEA at Carmignac, has seven years fund management experience co-managing emerging markets long-only and hedge funds at Ashmore Group and Finisterre Capital, and seven years as an EMEA equity strategist, notably at JP Morgan Securities. He graduated from the University of Bristol with a BSc in Politics and from the London School of Economics with an MSc in International Development.

Malte Heininger is appointed sole portfolio manager of Carmignac Euro-Entrepreneurs (413M€), a small and mid caps Fund he has co-managed with Muhammed Yesilhark
since January 6th 2014, when they both joined Carmignac. Before Carmignac, Malte, 33, worked about 4 years at SAC Global Investors’ London office, where he was a member of Muhammed Yesilhark’s team, managing a large European equity portfolio, and was a former investment banker at Morgan Stanley. He graduated from ESCP-EAP in Paris.

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