Senior Portfolio Manager – Corporate Private Placements & Infrastructure Debt, EMEA– MetLife Investment Management
Ewan is a Senior Portfolio Manager within the Client Portfolio Management team, focused on Corporate Private Placements and Infrastructure debt for the EMEA region. Ewan is based in MetLife Investment Management’s (MIM) London office. He joined MetLife in 2011, and in his current role Ewan is focused on working with existing EMEA clients and partnering with Institutional Client Group to develop new client relationships and building MIM’s growing portfolio platform. In his prior role, Ewan was responsible for leading the London-based corporate private placement team covering the private placement markets in the UK, Ireland and continental Europe.
Prior to joining MetLife, Ewan worked at Fitch Ratings as a director focusing on corporate credit ratings across EMEA. He holds a Master of Science in international financial markets from the University of Southampton and a Master of Arts in business studies from the University of Edinburgh.
Managing Director and Head of Institutional Client Group – EMEA– MetLife Investment Management
Nigel is a Managing Director and Head of EMEA for the institutional client group with responsibility for the delivery of business development and client service across the EMEA region.
Prior to joining MetLife Investment Management in January 2020, Nigel was head of EMEA Distribution with Martin Currie, the active equity specialist. Prior to that, he spent 14 years with BlackRock where he was most recently based in Dubai with responsibility for the Middle Eastern institutional business. Before his transition into asset management, Nigel spent 10 years in sales roles on fixed income trading floors, most recently with Goldman Sachs where he focused on liquid rates and derivative sales to official institutions. Nigel has over 25 years of business development experience across the investment banking and investment management sectors.
Nigel holds a first class honours degree in accounting and finance from the University of Dundee, and a Master’s degree in accounting and finance from the London School of Economics and Political Science.