Schroder International Selection Fund Global Multi-Asset Balanced A1 Accumulation EUR
Sinyi Dist., Taipei City 110, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Rm. B1, 2F., No.108, Sec. 5, Sinyi Rd.,
,Lead Manager since September 1, 2018
Multi-Asset Fund Manager
– Joined Schroders in 2014 and is based in Frankfurt.
– Philippe manages the absolute and relative return funds and segregated mandates. Philippe is the Co-fund manager of Schroder ISF Global Multi-Asset Balanced.
– He is a member of the Currency Risk Premium SIGMA group.
– Philippe was a Multi-Asset Analyst from 2014 to 2015 in Zurich, which involved supporting Zurich based Multi-Asset Fund Managers in a broad range of tasks. In addition, he was in charge of various projects within the European Multi Asset Team.
– Prior to joining Schroders, he was an Asset Allocation Specialist at Credit Suisse from 2012 to 2014, which involved calculating the bank wide Asset Allocation recommendations. From 2010-2012, he was an Investment Consultant at Towers Watson, which involved providing investment consultation for pension funds and conducting asset liability management (ALM) studies.
– CFA Charterholder.
– MA in Economics from University of Zurich.
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