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Marion Le Morhedec

Global Head of Fixed Income

Marion has been AXA IM’s Global Head of Fixed Income since 2021. She is also a member of AXA IM's Management Board and a board member of AXA IM Paris and AXA IM Japan. 

Previously, she was Head of Active Fixed Income for Europe and Asia. She is a member of the AXA IM Investment Institute's Advisory Committee.

Between 2016 and 2019, Marion headed the Product Specialists and Solutions team, initially for Fixed Income, and then for the Core Investments Business Unit, overseeing business development plans, as well as the platform’s innovation efforts on solutions and product offering. Before that Marion was a Senior Portfolio Manager within the Fixed Income team for 10 years, where she was responsible for managing inflation portfolios.

Marion joined the business in 2003 as a Product Manager and before that was at BNP Paribas in London and Madrid as a derivatives structurer for fixed income and equity market products. Marion holds a Bachelor’s degree from ESSEC Business School.

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