Christine Reed joins Ninety One’s Fixed Income team

by | Jan 13, 2022

Ninety One has announced the appointment of Christine Reed as Senior Analyst, Latin America, joining the Emerging Market Sovereign & FX team. Based in New York, Christine will be responsible for LATAM coverage and will support the alpha decision-making process across investment capabilities.

Christine joins Ninety One from Goldman Sachs Asset Management where she was Vice President, Head of Emerging Markets Local Debt, responsible for all emerging markets rates positions taken globally across their EM dedicated strategies and crossover assets. Prior to this, Christine was an Associate at Citigroup on their Latin American Fixed Income and FX trading desk where she was a market maker of fixed income and FX products in countries including Colombia, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Uruguay and Dominican Republic. Christine has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, and a Secondary Degree in Global Health Policy from Harvard University.

Peter Eerdmans, Head of Fixed Income, Ninety One: “Christine brings extensive experience across the full emerging market spectrum and in particular Latin America. Furthermore, her in-depth knowledge and understanding of EM sovereign bonds, interest rate swaps, FX spot and forwards will be an asset to the team as we further develop our investment capabilities. Christine is the second hire to the EMD team based in New York, underscoring our commitment to the North American market.”

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