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Three new fixed income appointments at Aegon

Aegon Asset Management has announced three new appointments to its fixed income team.
Kevin Telfer will join in December as a fixed income product specialist and will aid the team’s efforts to develop the scale and quality of the firm’s bond business.
He joins from Aon Consulting Ltd where he was senior investment consultant and actuary to a number of pension schemes.
Gregory Turnbull Schwartz joined as investment manager in September with responsibilities for industrial sector names and high yield. He previously worked in a number of project finance roles for Citigroup in New York and Schroders in London.
Tim George joins in October as an investment analyst within the fixed income team. He was previously at Baillie Gifford.
Aegon Asset Management joint head of fixed income Stephen Jones says: “The recruitment of Kevin, Gregory and Tim brings a wide variety of valuable skills to the fixed income team. Kevin’s role as Fixed Income Product Specialist will allow us to communicate our existing product range to clients more effectively, as well as helping to shape and direct our future plans for developing the products we offer to investors.
The appointment of Gregory and Tim further strengthens our capability within corporate and government bond investment management.”


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