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Sergei Strigo

  • Co-Head of Emerging Markets Fixed income

Sergeï Strigo has undertaken the role of Co-Head of Emerging Market Fixed Income following the integration with Pioneer in 2016. Prior to this, he had been Head of Emerging Market Debt & Currency at Amundi London Branch since April 2010. He joined Amundi London Branch (formerly Crédit Agricole Asset Management) in 2004 as a Global Fixed Income Trader and was appointed Emerging Market Bond Portfolio Manager in January 2006. He joined from Caboto Intesa BCI in London, where he was an emerging markets fixed income trader for three years.  His career began in Canada in corporate finance/accounting.

Sergei holds a Bachelor’s degree in Administrative and Commercial Studies from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, and a MSc. in International Accounting and Finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science.

About Amundi

Amundi, the leading European asset manager, ranking among the top 10 global players[1], offers its 100 million clients - retail, institutional and corporate - a complete range of savings and investment solutions in active and passive management, in traditional or real assets.

With its six international investment hubs[2], financial and extra-financial research capabilities and long-standing commitment to responsible investment, Amundi is a key player in the asset management landscape.

Amundi clients benefit from the expertise and advice of 4,800 employees in more than 35 countries. A subsidiary of the Crédit Agricole group and listed on the stock exchange, Amundi currently manages nearly €1.8 trillion of assets[3].

 

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Footnotes

 

  1. ^ [1] Source: IPE “Top 500 Asset Managers” published in June 2021, based on assets under management as at 31/12/2020
  2. ^ [2] Boston, Dublin, London, Milan, Paris and Tokyo
  3. ^ [3] Amundi data as of 30/06/2021

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