Gavin Romm, CFA

Head—Fixed Income SMA Solutions

Gavin Romm is a Senior Vice President and Head of Fixed Income SMA Solutions. He is responsible for the management and strategic growth of AB’s fixed-income SMA business. This includes the construction and ongoing evolution of AB’s deeply customized, technology-driven SMA investment platform delivering bespoke solutions to investors across a variety of commercial channels. Previously, Romm was a senior leader responsible for fixed-income technology and data initiatives, driving innovation through data science, analytics and automation to enhance AB’s investment decision-making capabilities. Prior to that, he was a portfolio manager and member of the High Yield and High Income portfolio-management teams. Before joining AB in 2013, Romm was a fixed-income specialist at Bloomberg, where he developed and supported fixed-income cash bond and derivative analysis tools. He holds a BA in economics with a minor in entrepreneurship from Trinity College and is a CFA charterholder. Location: New York

A Guide to ESG Strategies for Municipal Bond Investors
Five Questions to Ask Your Muni Bond Manager

Five Questions to Ask Your Muni Bond Manager

by Terrance Hults, Matthew Norton, Gavin Romm
Today’s complex, fragmented municipal bond market requires managers to ramp up their technology—developing new and innovative ways to build and manage portfolios. To understand whether your muni manager has the right technology, we think it makes sense to ask a few pointed questions.

Fixed Income, Invest for Efficient Income, Invest for Tax-Advantaged Income, Municipals, Tech & Innovation


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