David Riley retired from BlueBay Asset Management as chief investment strategist, effective at the end of December, a spokeswoman confirmed.
Mr. Riley joined BlueBay in September 2013 as head of credit strategy. He has also held roles as a policy adviser and sovereign credit analyst at companies including Fitch Ratings and HM Treasury.
In a post on his LinkedIn profile, Mr. Riley said he has retired from full-time employment. He added that, as well as enjoying more time with his family and friends, he looks forward "to new and interesting ways I can use the experience and expertise I have gained during my career."
The spokeswoman and CIO Mark Dowding added in an email that they wished Mr. Riley the best. The spokeswoman said the firm is not currently looking to replace him.
BlueBay has more than $92 billion in assets under management across its global investment platform.