Effective February 1, 2019, Andy Li will join the portfolio management teams of MFS Multimarket Income Trust and MFS Charter Income Trust. He will focus on managing investment-grade securities in each fund, working closely with current portfolio manager Robert Persons, who is also focused on the investment-grade securities of each portfolio.
There are no other changes to the portfolio management teams of the funds. The funds' investment objectives and investment strategies will not change as a result of this appointment.
Li joined MFS in 2018 as a fixed income portfolio manager primarily focused on non–US dollar credit securities. His prior experience includes four years as a portfolio manager at Man GLG, six years as a portfolio manager at ECM Asset Management and two years as a management consultant at Accenture. He earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree with honors in computer science from Imperial College, London.
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Established in 1924, MFS is an active, global investment manager with investment offices in Boston, Hong Kong, London, Mexico City, São Paulo, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo and Toronto. We employ a uniquely collaborative approach to build better insights for our clients. Our investment approach has three core elements: integrated research, global collaboration and active risk management. As of December 31, 2018, MFS manages US$428.4 billion in assets on behalf of individual and institutional investors worldwide.
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