The former head of fundamental fixed income at Lombard Odier Investment Managers has joined London-based family office Sandaire Investment Office.
Kevin Corrigan stepped down from the Swiss company in September following a restructuring of Lombard Odier IM’s fixed income operations.
Having spent six years with Lombard Odier, Corrigan was promoted to lead the fundamental fixed income team in 2014. He was also responsible for several bond funds.
Replacing him in the senior position was Yannick Zufferey, who was the head of Swiss fixed income. The pair worked alongside each other over the autumn to ensure a smooth transition.
In his new capacity, Corrigan will serve as chief investment officer for Sandaire Investment Office, which is a London-based multi-family office focused on investing on behalf of wealthy families and foundations.
He brings with him 21 years of investment experience, which includes a spell at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, as well as working for FFTW as a managing director.
The company has operations in both the UK and Singapore. It was established in 1996 by Alex Scott to manage the wider Scott family wealth, which was accrued following the sale of Provincial Insurance and Exeter Bank.