Thomas Nyegaard

Director, Portfolio Manager, Global Rates & Money Markets

Thomas Nyegaard is a Portfolio Manager in the Global Rates team. He joined the team in August 2011; previously a Senior ABS Analyst in the Credit team. He joined the group in August 2007. Prior to this, he worked at Fitch Ratings as an Associate Director within the covered bonds team with responsibility for rating UK, US and Nordic covered bonds. Previously, Thomas was a Fund Manager at Dansk Supermarked A/S (part of Maersk Group) where his responsibilities included liquidity management and managing a bond portfolio consisting of asset backed securities (ABS), covered bonds and sovereigns. Thomas has an MSc in Economics from Odense University, Denmark and has also completed the IMC in the UK.

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