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Loomis Sayles names co-portfolio manager

Loomis, Sayles & Company has named Scott Service as co-portfolio manager for a suite of investment strategies managed by the company’s global bond team, which oversees about $38bn in global assets.

Service, a global credit strategist and portfolio manager on the global bond team, joins co-portfolio managers Lynda Schweitzer, David Rolley and Ken Buntrock for managing the Loomis Sayles Global Opportunistic Bond Fund. 

Apart from Global Opportunistic Bond Fund, he will also be responsible for all institutional global aggregate strategies and world government bond portfolios.

He remains co-portfolio manager on the team’s global credit and global corporate strategies as well as several offshore funds including the Loomis Sayles Global Credit Fund and the Loomis Sayles Institutional Global Corporate Fund.

He joined Loomis Sayles in 1995 and was promoted to credit analyst in 1999. Between 2001 and 2003, he worked Loomis Sayles’ parent company, Natixis Global Asset Management. 

A look at performance of the Loomis Sayles Global Opportunistic Bond Fund compared to its benchmark Barclays Capital Global Aggregate Total Return Index:

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