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M&G hires James Tomlins as fixed income manager

M&G Investments has appointed James Tomlins as a fixed income manager.

Previously, Tomlins was the deputy fund manager of the Cazenove strategic bond fund. He will work alongside Stefan Isaacs and Richard Woolnough on European credit and will join in June.

Tomlins has previously worked for Merrill Lynch Investment Managers and KBC Alternative Investment Management before signing up with Cazenove Capital Management in February 2006.

M&G retail fixed interest head Jim Leaviss says: “We are delighted that James is joining our team. He brings an extensive experience of investment in European credit, particularly in the high yield market.”

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