Co-Chief Investment Officer
2016, Markets torn between recovery or deflation?
08.02.2016 - Emmanuel Bourdeix
The perspective for 2016 from Seeyond, Natixis Asset Management’s investment division dedicated to structured and volatility management, is now available.
“In line with the end of 2015 and as confirmed by January’s trends, 2016 should broadly be subject to wide uncertainties due to: the position of the US in the macroeconomic cycle, the Fed’s monetary policy, Commodity prices.
These should actively drive global economic and financial environment over the coming months. While central banks supported asset prices massively since 2009, macro-and microeconomic fundamentals should most likely return as the next growth drivers. Market uncertainty should remain high until fundamentals brighten the economic scenario.”
Emmanuel Bourdeix holds an engineering degree from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and a DEA [post-graduate diploma] in probabilities and finance from Université Pierre et Marie Curie.
Emmanuel Bourdeix began his career in 1995 at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson as arbitrage analyst and structurer. In 1998, he joined CAAM where he acted as portfolio manager, then head of convertible bonds and volatility in 2002 and finally head of satellite equity management in 2006. In 2007, he was appointed deputy CEO of equity and diversified management and, at the inception of Amundi, head of equity Europe, world and emerging countries. In 2010, he became CIO equity, asset allocation & structured products of Natixis Asset Management.
Emmanuel Bourdeix is currently member of the executive committee, Co-CIO in charge of the investment divisions Seeyond*, European equities, Investment and client solutions, Global emerging of Natixis Asset Management.