Sujay Shah

Director, Portfolio Manager, Global Rates & Money Markets

Sujay Shah is Fund Manager in the Global Rates team. Within the team Sujay focuses on UK and Global bond portfolios. Sujay was previously at Goldman Sachs where he traded US Treasuries, providing liquidity across nominal and real US government bond curves. He also developed relative value strategies within G10 interest rate markets and undertook macro strategies across liquid asset classes. Before this Sujay worked for 7 years at the Bank of England where he held several positions in the Markets division ranging from financial market economist to Senior Portfolio Manager on the Reserves Management Team. Sujay has a MSc in Finance and Economics from the London School of Economics and has completed all three levels of the CFA exams.

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