TwentyFour Asset Management announces retirement of Mark Holman

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TwentyFour Asset Management (TwentyFour), the London-based specialist fixed income boutique of Vontobel, has announced that Mark Holman will be retiring from the partnership in June 2024.

Having helped co-found the business in 2008, Mark stepped down from his role as CEO at the end of 2021.

Mark has been part of the Multi-Sector Bond investment team, since it was launched in 2009, and the team has subsequently grown to 14 further investment professionals. In 2023, TwentyFour added additional resource to the team hiring Jakub Lichwa, an ex-Goldman Sachs financial analyst with 13yrs experience, further building out the team’s experience. Partner and portfolio manager Felipe Villarroel, will move back to London from Santiago in Q2 2024 adding further depth to the London team.

Ben Hayward, CEO of TwentyFour, said "I would personally like to thank Mark for playing a pivotal role in the growth and success of the firm. He has embodied the character of TwentyFour from the start, and made many important contributions to TwentyFour and our clients both as CEO and a portfolio manager."

"We have built a very high calibre team of investment professionals to lead us into the future. "Ben continued, "As a firm we always have robust transition plans, and as always we strive to deliver continued investment performance and client service excellence.”

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