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Christopher Mahon

Christopher Mahon

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About Christopher Mahon

Christopher Mahon works at Barings as an investment manager and director of asset allocation research in the multi asset group. He is the lead manager for the Baring Multi Asset Fund and co-manager of the Baring Dynamic Asset Allocation Fund. Christopher is a member of the Strategic Policy Group (SPG), the company’s global macro research and asset allocation team. He joined Barings in September 2012 from Momentum Global Investment Management. At Momentum he was the head of investment strategy responsible for the asset allocation and portfolio construction teams and was the lead portfolio manager for their flagship multi asset funds. Christopher began his career at Oliver Wyman where he helped advise a number of private equity and financial service clients. Christopher has a MA (Cantab) in Natural Sciences from Selwyn College, Cambridge University and was awarded the CFA designation in 2007.

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