Carmignac appoints Apolline Menut as economist to strenghthen its macroeconomics expertise

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Carmignac is pleased to announce the appointment of Apolline Menut as economist focusing on the Eurozone. Based in Paris, Apolline has joined Carmignac on the 1st of October and reports to Raphaël Gallardo, Chief Economist.

Apolline Menut joins Carmignac from Axa IM where she was economist, responsible for the Euro Area economic and political developments. She started her career at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management in Cambridge as Research Assistant before joining Barclays in the European Economics Research department covering the Euro area.

Apolline is a graduate from the Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay and holds a Master in Theoretical and Applied Economics from the Paris School of Economics. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in Economics and Sociology from the University of La Sorbonne and has been a Visiting Student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Raphaël Gallardo, Chief Economist at Carmignac said: “I’m delighted to welcome Apolline, a recognized and talented professional within our team. Her expertise will be instrumental to our independent and proprietary macroeconomic research, one of Carmignac’s trademark, allowing for the execution of our global active management style throughout our portfolios.”