Scott DiMaggio, CFA

Scott DiMaggio, CFA

Co-Head—Fixed Income; Director—Global Fixed Income

22 Years at AB
28 Years of experience

Scott DiMaggio, Senior Vice President, is Co-Head of Fixed Income, Director of Global Fixed Income and a member of the Operating Committee. As Co-Head of Fixed Income, he is responsible for the management and strategic growth of AB’s fixed-income business. As Director of Global Fixed Income, DiMaggio oversees all of AB’s Global Fixed Income, Canada Fixed Income and US Multi-Sector Fixed Income strategies, as well as their associated investment strategy, activities and portfolio-management teams. In this capacity, he leads AB’s internal Rates and Currencies and Multi-Sector Fixed Income Research Review Committees, the primary investment policy and decision-making committees for the portfolios the firm manages. Prior to joining AB’s Fixed Income portfolio-management team, DiMaggio performed quantitative investment analysis, including asset-liability, asset-allocation, return attribution and risk analysis for the firm. Before joining the firm in 1999, DiMaggio was a risk management market analyst at Santander Investment Securities. He also held positions as a senior consultant at Ernst & Young and Andersen Consulting. DiMaggio holds a BS in business administration from the State University of New York, Albany, and an MS in finance from Baruch College. He is a member of the Global Association of Risk Professionals and a CFA charterholder. Location: New York

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The Late Cycle: The Fed Balance Sheet
Fixed Income Outlook: Keep an Eye on Systemic Risks in 2020

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