Schroders has made new hires to its fixed-income team to enhance its capabilities in the emerging market debt (EMD) relative return sector.
James Barrineau has joined the New York office this week as head of Latin American fixed income and co-head of EMD Relative. Barrineau will report to Karl Dasher, global head of fixed income.
Fernando Grisales joined as a senior portfolio manager and Alec Moseley as a senior portfolio manager and sovereign research analyst. Grisales and Moseley report to Barrineau.
The new appointments join from Ice Canyon, a California-based global investment management firm specializing in emerging markets and global credit investment strategies. Previously, they worked together at Alliance Bernstein where they shared responsibility for managing more than $15 billion in EMD relative return strategies.
Schroders has also appointed Chris Tackney, who will join the firm next month as senior portfolio manager, emerging market corporate bond. He reports to Wes Sparks, head of U.S. fixed income. Prior to joining Schroders, Tackney was an Asia credit trader at Credit Suisse.