Born in France and currently based in London, Anne Beaudu is a global fixed income portfolio manager at Amundi. She has been with the firm since 2005 and was previously a Eurozone economist with Credit Agricole SA. Anne manages the Amundi Funds Bond Europe and SG Oblig Monde strategies dealing in Pan European and global bonds, using an active top down investment style. She graduated from the Ecole Polytechnique France ENSAE with a degree in economics and mathematics.
Cédric Morisseau says he adopts a top down investment process and aims to diversify risk through the following six risk vectors: modified duration exposure, country allocation, yield curve allocation, swap-spread risk exposure, bond selection and currency allocation. Born in France in 1967, Morisseau earned a Masters in Management from the Paris II Assas University, France and completed a Masters in Political Science at the same university in 1991. He joined Crédit Agricole (now Amundi) in 1994 as an assistant fund manager. He was made senior fund manager in 1997 and is an integral part of the Amundi fixed interest team.
This fund seeks to outperform the JP Morgan Government Bond Index Broad over an advised holding period of at least three years. through active management within Rate and exchange rate instruments. In order to outperform the benchmark, the management team sets up strategic and tactical positions as well as arbitrage on all global rate and currency markets as part of a dynamic allocation of tracking- Error (6% maximum per year).
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