“More humanity in investment so that investment can serve humanity.”
Christina joined Muzinich in 2013 and is an experienced fund manager with a distinguished career in corporate credit spanning 20 years. She manages the Muzinich Asia Credit Opportunities Fund and the Muzinich Asia High Yield Fund. She’s also a member of the investment firm’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Working Group.
Prior to joining Muzinich, Christina held various credit/trading roles at Deutsche Bank including managing portfolios of bank risk. Before that, she was a Credit Analyst at Schroders Investment Management and Commerzbank and also worked for Fitch Ratings where she was responsible for rating Korean banks during the Asia Crisis in 1996 and Japanese banks during their banking crisis.
Christina holds a BA from the University of Oxford and an MA from the University of London. She was awarded the Yamamuro Trust Foundation Scholarship for an International Politics programme at Keio University, Tokyo, and she is fluent in five languages. Christina has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Fund Manager of the Year category (small to medium firms) in Investment Week’s Women in Investment Awards in 2018 and 2019.
Christina is campaigning for more diversity and humanity in investment. With increased AI and automation, Christina believes we need even more human input to keep the system safe and ethical, and to invest wisely for our rapidly changing future.