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Taylor Young appoints head of fixed income

Taylor Young Investment Management has appointed Efi Ontopoulou as head of fixed income.

Ontopoulou previously worked at Alpha Trust where she was senior fund manager responsible for fixed income, managing four bond and money market funds.

She began her career at BNP Paribas in London in 1996 as a bond analyst and quantitative credit strategist.

Taylor Young chief executive and chief investment officer Peter Thomson says: “Efi is a very talented individual with a great deal of experience, and we believe she is will be an excellent addition to the team. We are dedicated to upholding our core values of exceptional client service and commitment to investment performance and Efi will play a key role in this.”


On guard

Let’s consider the global economic problem in a few statements – low interest rates, lax regulatory control and a proliferation of financial engineering (once referred to as innovation) in the banking industry. Add these together and they have all allowed people and governments to borrow beyond their capacity and for the financial sector to be overvalued relative to loan exposures.


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