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Maya Bhandari

Global Head of Multi-Asset

Experience: 20 YEARS
Location: London

Maya is Head of Global Multi-Asset at BNPP AM from November 2021. Maya brings to BNPP AM a strong investment process and track record, and a passion for Multi-Asset investing. Maya has secured top quartile or decile performance returns across a range of strategies over different periods, and has raised assets across different geographies including Continental Europe, the UK, US and Asia. Maya is a strong thought and people leader: she contributes to BNPP AM’s research capabilities, including working with our Sustainability Centre to accelerate ESG integration in our multi-asset portfolios.

Maya joins BNPP AM from Columbia Threadneedle Investments (CTI), where she was Executive Director of their Multi-Asset Portfolio business. While there, she managed and co-managed a global range of diversified growth, multi-asset income and institutional mandates and was a senior member and Deputy Chair of their Asset Allocation Strategy Group. She also took a variety of leadership roles within the organisation and has won awards both individually and for her funds. Before CTI, Maya was Director, Global Macro & Asset Allocation Strategist at Citigroup.

Maya holds degrees from the University of Edinburgh and the University of Cambridge.

Maya is based in London

Published by Maya Bhandari

Asset Allocation Monthly – Bonds rally; still cautious on equities
Portfolio perspectives | Article - 6 Min

Asset Allocation Monthly – Bonds rally; still cautious on equities

Bond markets rallied sharply in November on the back of falling inflation and weak economic data, markedly benefiting our active...

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| 05.12.2023
Asset Allocation Video – “Easily skewed towards weaker economic growth”
Portfolio perspectives | Video - 9:10 MIN

Asset Allocation Video – “Easily skewed towards weaker economic growth”

Market views on the economic outlook have been volatile this year: they have swung from concerns over recession to hopes...

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| 17.10.2023
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