American Century Investments is a leading global asset manager focused on delivering investment results and building long-term client relationships while supporting research that can improve human health and save lives. Founded in 1958, American Century Investments’ 1,300 employees serve institutional and individual investors from offices in; New York, London, Hong Kong, Sydney, Mountain View, Calif. and Kansas City. Delivering investment results to clients enables American Century Investments to distribute over 40 percent of its dividends to the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, a 500-person, non-profit basic biomedical research organization. The Institute owns more than 40 percent of American Century Investments and has received dividend payments of $1.5 billion since 2000. For more information about American Century Investments, visit www.americancentury.com.
27 June 2019 19:30
South Place Hotel
3 South Place, Finsbury, London, EC2M 2AF, England, United Kingdom Google Maps
mallowstreet University Dinner: Is the Fed pivot enough for Emerging Market Debt?
The role of US monetary policy in driving capital flows plays an important role but is often overstated. Capital flows to EM countries are largely influenced by two other factors as well: The growth differential between developed and emerging markets and commodity prices. American Century Investments will discuss how to optimize the risks and return when investing in emerging market debt.
This dinner is accredited for CPD points by the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and is exclusively for pension fund decision makers and their advisors.
Abdelak Adjriou Portfolio Manager
Abdelak is a member of the firm’s Rates and Currency Markets team and serves as a co-portfolio manager on several fixed income strategies. Before joining American Century Investments in 2016, Abdelak was a portfolio manager at HSBC Global Asset Management, where he managed local rates, emerging market mandates, global and European fixed income mandates and an absolute return government bond fund during his tenure. He started at HSBC as a quantitative analyst. Previously, he was a fixed income trader assistant at Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank (formerly Calyon). Abdelak holds a master’s degree in stochastic calculus from Jussieu Paris VII and a master’s degree in computer science from ESSI (ENSI Group).