Brad Gibson

Head—Asia Pacific Fixed Income

10 Years at AB
29 Years of experience

Brad Gibson is a Senior Vice President and Head of Asia Pacific Fixed Income at AB, focusing on regional Asian fixed-income portfolios. He is a member of the Global Fixed Income and Emerging Market Debt teams. Prior to joining AB in 2012, Gibson was the head of Rates Strategies at ING Investment Management Australia, where he was responsible for the management of a range of domestic, international, diversified, nominal and inflation-linked bond portfolios. Prior to that, he spent three years at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia as head of Global Markets Singapore and head of Financial Institutions Domestic Sales, New South Wales. Gibson started his investment career with AMP, working in portfolio management and the trading of Australian fixed-interest, interest-rate, currency and inflation-linked bond and derivatives instruments. He was previously a member of both the interest-rate options and bond committees of the Australian Financial Markets Association and has lectured on fixed-income portfolio management for the Securities Institute of Australia (now FINSIA). Location: Melbourne

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