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Andranik Safaryan
Portfolio Manager

Emerging Markets/
Corporate Debt team

Andranik Safaryan
Portfolio Manager

Emerging Markets/
Corporate Debt team

Andranik Safaryan joined MainFirst in January 2022 as Lead Portfolio Manager of the Emerging Markets team. He is responsible for emerging markets investments for the MainFirst Emerging Markets Corporate Bond Fund Balanced and the MainFirst Emerging Markets Credit Opportunities Fund. Previously, he was with Credit Suisse Asset Management AG in Switzerland for 10 years, where he most recently held the position of Fixed Income Emerging Market Corporates Fund Manager. In this role, he managed assets of approximately USD 3 billion, including approximately USD 2 billion in a mutual fund and USD 1 billion in a range of mandates. Andranik Safaryan holds a Master of Arts in Economics from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA), a Certificate in Investment Performance Measurement (CIPM) charterholder, and a Certified Financial Risk Manager (FRM®).

€uro Fund Award 2022

MainFirst - Emerging Markets Credit Opportunities Fund (A)

3. place (one year)
(Fixed Income Funds I Emerging Markets I USD)
€uro Fund Award 2022

MainFirst - Emerging Markets Corporate Bond Fund Balanced (A2)

2. place (five years)
(Fixed Income Funds I Emerging Markets I EUR)

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