About Jean-Olivier Neyrat
Born in France in 1966, Jean-Olivier Neyrat graduated in engineering from ENESTA ParisTech. He began his career at Dresdner in Paris as an analyst and trader, and transferred to their London office as a credit market maker. In 2000, he returned to Paris in the same capacity at Crédit Lyonnais, remaining there through their acquisition by Crédit Agricole. Before joining HSBC in 2007, he worked for four years as a credit trader with Elgin Capital in London. Now at HSBC, Jean-Olivier employs an active strategy in the European investment-grade bond sector, focusing on credit strengths and risk-premium fundamental research, with a top-down overview. His strategy, which includes cash and a 30% derivative weighting to manage the duration of the fund, aims to perform in all market conditions.