Andrew Jackson joined Hermes in April 2017 as head of fixed income. He is responsible for leading the strategic development of Hermes' credit and direct lending investment teams, and developing a multi-asset credit offering capable of accessing all areas of the global credit markets for pension funds and other long-term institutional investors. Jackson joined from Cairn Capital where he was chief investment officer. He has managed assets across the spectrum of global credit and fixed income. He was previously vice president within the European credit structuring team at Bank of America and has held roles with Fitch Ratings and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Jackson holds a BSc degree in mathematics and theoretical physics from King's College London.
The fund invests for total return primarily in Asset Backed Securities and Mortgage Backed Securities . The sub-fund may also invest in other fixed income instruments issued globally denominated in a range of currencies, including but not limited to, corporate bonds, government securities, and cash. Issuers of these securities may be located in any country. The sub-fund invests in normal market conditions a minimum of 90% of its net assets in ABS and MBS securities whose underlyings include, but are not limited to, mortgages (residential and commercial), auto loans, corporate loans, bonds, credit cards, student loans and other receivables.
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