PFA recruits portfolio manager from US-based hedge fund

The pension fund has hired a senior portfolio manager, who has previously worked for Goldman Sachs and, most recently, at an US hedge fund.

Jacob Jaques Hermann | Photo: PR / PFA

After two and a half years at USD 8bn hedge fund Garda Capital Partners, Jacob Jaques Hermann is moving on to PFA, where he will be senior portfolio manager from July 1.

His most recent role is fixed income manager at fund that uses a relative value strategy within the bond market, and at PFA, he will be senior portfolio manager within the fixed income team. Here, he will be responsible for PFA’s mortgage bond investments.

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