Working as an Implementation Analyst working within Barclays’ Oak Pension Asset Management (OPAM) division, Gerald is responsible for managing the Bank’s pension scheme on behalf of the Scheme’s trustees. Prior to joining Barclays, he worked at Buck in a similar capacity, as an Investment Analyst supporting Corporate Trustees of many pension schemes for the benefit of their respective members.
Gerald is a strong advocate for improving the personal finances of Millennials and Generation Z, providing guidance to young individuals looking to develop sound financial morals, basic money management techniques and skills needed for long term investing. He is also currently responsible for overseeing the 2021 City Hive Cross Company mentoring program, in association with #TalkAboutBlack on behalf of the latter.
Graduating from Brunel University with honours in Economics and Business Finance, Gerald is a CFA Level III candidate and holds the Investment Management Certificate.
Gerald Gabriel Boateng
Anji is Global Head of Marketing of Man Group. She is responsible for developing and implementing the firm’s marketing strategy to support Man’s global business across all client channels. She has over 15 years of experience across sales and marketing roles in asset management.
Prior to joining Man Group, Anji spent six years at Wellington Management as Managing Director, Head of EMEA Marketing and Global Fund Marketing. Previously Anji was Marketing Director at Neuberger Berman.
Anji holds a BSc and MA in Anthropology from University College London.
Kyle Fraser-Allen is an Assistant Vice President at AllianceBernstein and is part of the European Credit Research Team. He covers Non-Investment Grade and Leveraged Loan Issuers across a range of sectors for investment in Global Credit and Multi-Sector portfolios as well as CLOs.
Before joining AllianceBernstein, Kyle was an analyst at MetLife Investment Management and Wellington Management LLP and begun his career at SEI Investments.
Kyle holds a Masters in Global Finance and Banking from King's College London.