Chris Iggo, formerly a senior strategist on the investment strategy team, has been appointed Axa Investment Managers’ chief investment officer of fixed income, a newly created position.Iggo’s appointment is part of a restructuring of Axa’s fixed-income business, which will be divided into two sections: an interest rate and asset allocation team to be headed by Iggo, and a team of credit specialists. The credit team will be split into US credit operations, headed by Hannah Strasser, previously co-head of Axa’s fixed-income business in the US, and non-US credit operations. Axa is still recruiting for a leader for the latter.
Iggo will be based in London and will report to Theo Zemek, global head of fixed income.
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