Didier Saint-Georges, Member of the Strategic Investment Committee and Managing Director at Carmignac, will talk about their unconstrained approach in Fixed Income Markets during the first edition of Funds Society's Investments & Rodeo Summit, which will take place on March 5, 2020 at the Intercontinental Houston Medical Center.
"Our Unconstrained range is defined by an active and global investment approach, that relies on great flexibility in managing exposures through a non-benchmarked philosophy. Thus, Unconstrained Fixed Income Funds may be suitable for investors seeking higher yields outside Europe, which is undergoing historical financial repression, since it aims to benefit from both rising and declining rates and to seize bottom-up opportunities through our disciplined risk management framework." He mentions.
Didier joined Carmignac in 2007 and he is since 2018 a member of the Strategic Investment Committee. He started his career in 1983 in aircraft financing at Citibank, before moving to the securities business in 1987. He spent ten years with JP Morgan in London, Paris and New-York, where he set up and ran the international equity department. In 1997, he took on the role of Managing Director at Merrill Lynch, in charge of the Global equities and derivatives activities in Paris. Didier graduated from Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris (ESCP) and holds a MBA degree from Georgia State University. He is also the author of two books - "Peut-on battre le marché?" and "Le libéralisme est une chose morale".
Charlotte Samson, Head of US Offshore & Latam at Carmignac, and David O´Suilleabhain, its Business Development Manager, will also be present at the event.
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