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ING IM appoints two senior portfolio managers to EMD team


ING Investment Management International (ING IM) has made two senior appointments to its emerging market debt (EMD) team.

Marcin Adamczyk has joined ING IM as senior portfolio manager EMD local currency, based in The Hague. He has more than 15 years of experience in EMD Fixed Income markets and joins from MN, a Dutch pension fund fiduciary manager, where he was senior fund manager emerging market debt.
Previously, Adamczyk worked at Lombard Odier Investment Managers in Amsterdam and Geneva, and was a senior portfolio manager for EMD. Before that, he worked as EM local markets trader at various banks, based in London and Warsaw.
Alia Yousuf joins ING IM as senior portfolio manager EMD local currency, based in Singapore. She has 13 years of experience managing EMD portfolios and joins the company from ACPI Investment in London where she was head of emerging market debt. Yousuf also had various fund management roles at Standard Asset Management and First State Investments. She started her career at the World Bank as a research analyst.
Both report to Marcelo Assalin, lead portfolio manager EMD local currencies based in Atlanta, US.
Jeremy Brewin, head of emerging market debt at ING IM, says: “We are pleased to welcome both Marcin and Alia to ING IM. Each of them has a strong track record in managing emerging market debt portfolios. That, combined with more than a decade of investment experience, makes them valuable additions to our EMD team.”

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