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Seamus Lyons, CFA

Senior Investment Manager
Seamus manages a number of accounts for AXA clients across Europe and Asia and is a member of the Architas tactical asset allocation committee. His analyst responsibilities include research into high yield bonds and loans.

Seamus joined Architas in 2015 following the acquisition of the AXA IM multi-manager business. At AXA IM, Seamus was a senior portfolio manager and the Head of Research, overseeing all aspects of the research process. In addition, he managed a number of portfolios for large institutional European clients.

Seamus has extensive experience in multi-management and prior to joining AXA IM in 2008, spent a number of years at Forsyth Partners, where he was an investment manager. Seamus has a Master’s Degree in Finance from the Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business at University College Dublin. He is a CFA charterholder and IMC qualified.

 

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Our market view

Article | Investments | 06/05/2020

Given the unprecedented situation and current high levels of volatility in the world economy, markets are clamouring for a conclusion to Covid-19.

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Protection against market falls

Article | Investments | 05/05/2020

Today’s Covid-19-driven declines are clearly concerning, but markets inevitably have downswings as well as upswings and we’ve seen drops of this level before. So how can we provide some potential fund protection and position ourselves for any potential rebound?

Today’s Covid-19-driven declines are clearly concerning, but markets inevitably have

downswings as well as upswings and we’ve seen drops of this level before. So how can we

provide some potential fund protection and position ourselves for any potential rebound?

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Home working - what's the big story?

CLOSE LOOK

Article | Investments | 05/05/2020

Restrictions on the Chinese city of Wuhan were lifted, but entire countries across the globe remain in lockdown. 

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