Credit investors still seeking emerging market exposure – JPM AM’s Robert Michele

The global chief investment officer of fixed income and currencies at JP Morgan Asset Management tells Credit why political campaigning could determine the Eurozone’s fate; and that the shift in allocations to the emerging markets is only just beginning

Robert Michele, JP Morgan AM: EM story not over yet

Robert Michele picked his moment to join JP Morgan Asset Management; starting as global chief investment officer within the fixed income and currency group just four days after Lehman Brothers defaulted in September 2008.

Even before that seismic event, JP Morgan Asset Management’s fixed income team had been hit by what Michele describes as “a couple of difficult years”.

Michele was hired from Schroders, where he had spent 10 years, latterly as global head of fixed income. He was brought in by

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