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EdRAM poaches converts veteran from UBP

EdRAM poaches converts veteran from UBP

Cristina Jarrin has rejoined EdRAM as head of convertible bonds, the asset management firm has announced.

Jarrin most recently worked at UBP where she was deputy director of global convertible bonds.

She had joined the Swiss group from EdRAM in June 2016, having previously held the role of head of convertible bonds.

As part of her new role,  she is based in Paris and reports to Kris Deblander, deputy CIO of corporate debts and equities. She replaces Laurent Le Grin, who has left the company.

Another new hire is portfolio manager Ludovic Dufour, who most recently worked at French boutique Mandarine Gestion.

He stepped down from the management of the Mandarine Multistrategies fund in February 2018.

Dufour also previously worked at EdRAM and used to run the Edmond de Rothschild Croissance fund for the firm. Both Jarrin and Dufour will work alongside Alina Epifantseva and Thibaut Bailly.

The convertible bonds team at EdRAM is part of the corporate debt division that runs €6.3 billion of assets. 

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