Tyndall creates investment specialist role

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Tyndall AM continues to strengthen its investment teams with the creation of the role of senior investment specialist – fixed income & alternatives, appointing Vincent Lo Blanco to the new senior position within the firm.

Tyndall AM continues to strengthen its investment teams with the creation of the role of senior investment specialist – fixed income & alternatives, appointing Vincent Lo Blanco to the new senior position within the firm.

In the new role, Mr Lo Blanco will work closely with Tyndall’s product development and sales teams to support the delivery of the fixed income and alternative asset management strategies to a spectrum including asset consultants, research houses and its broadening client base.

Mr Lo Blanco has almost 30 years’ experience in financial services in Australia and the UK, and joins Tyndall from Blackrock Australia where he held a number of senior investment positions, including as global investment specialist for its Global Macro Hedge Fund capability.

He has also worked with BNP Paribas Australia as head of institutional business development and with BT Funds Management, Salomon Smith Barney Australia, Bankers Trust and Bain and Co. in fixed income roles.  He holds a bachelor of commerce from the University of NSW and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Mike Davis, managing director of Tyndall AM, said that in the new role, Mr Lo Blanco will focus on the development of investment strategies and their positioning for Tyndall’s debt, credit and alternative investment offerings.

“Vince has a well respected reputation in financial services in Australia and he will support the further development of client relationships for the fixed income and alternative assets teams.

“Vince will also work closely with Nikko AM to help take these strategies to the Asian market, as well as bringing Nikko’s offshore fixed income, alternative and credit products to Australia,” Mr Davis said.

Tyndall AM offers Australian equities, international equities, Australian and international fixed income, and alternative assets, to retail and institutional investors in Australia.  It has over A$23 billion in funds under management.  Tyndall is a wholly owned subsidiary of Nikko Asset Management Co., Ltd., one of the largest asset managers headquartered in Asia with approximately A$152 billion in funds under management.

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For further information please contact:

Mike Davis – Phone: 02 8072 6301

 

27 September 2012