JP Morgan Asset Management has appointed Maria Ryan as EMEA head of fixed income strategies to its global fixed income business.
JP Morgan Asset Management has appointed Maria Ryan as EMEA head of fixed income strategies to its global fixed income business, replacing Charles McKenzie, who left earlier this year.
The bank has also appointed Zsolt Papp in the newly-created role of global head of emerging markets debt client portfolio strategies, reporting to Ryan.
Ryan will manage a team of client portfolio managers and is responsible for client relationships across EMEA, reporting to Meg McClellan, global head of market strategies for fixed income and Liquidity.
She joined JP Morgan in 2013 as a client advisor with the UK Institutional team from Wellington Management, where she was an associate director of fixed income and a relationship manager in Wellington’s global relationship group. Before this, she was a managing director in BlackRock’s fixed income team and an investment director with Henderson Global Investors’ fixed income team.
She began her career at JP Morgan Asset Management, where she worked as a global fixed income portfolio manager, client portfolio manager and a relationship manager.
Papp joins from Union Bancaire Privee, where he was Senior Product Specialist for emerging market debt, based in Zurich. He has previously worked as an emerging market economist/strategist at various banks, including ABN AMRO and UBS.
Last month, JP Morgan Asset Management appointed John Bilton as head of the global strategy team, replacing Neil Nuttall, who left earlier this year. Based in London, Bilton reports to James Elliot, chief investment officer at the international investment management solutions global multi-asset group.