James Switzer

Global Head—Fixed Income Trading; Head—Municipal Bonds

9 Years at AB

James Switzer is a Senior Vice President, Global Head of Fixed Income Trading and Head of Municipal Bonds, overseeing both taxable and tax-exempt fixed-income trading. He is responsible for driving our municipal bond strategy, including the firm’s innovation efforts within our municipal research, trading and portfolio construction processes, underpinned by best-in-class technology. Switzer has been instrumental in the strategic repositioning of our trading organization and the development of our industry-leading trading tools, ALFA and Abbie. Before joining AB in 2011, he was a managing director at Société Générale, where he managed the Financial Institutions Credit Trading Desk, and at BNP Paribas, where he managed the Investment Grade Trading Desk from 2000 to 2002. Switzer also formerly served as a sector portfolio manager and trader at UBS Principal Finance (from 2002 to 2005) and at Sigma Capital (from 2005 to 2008). Earlier in his career, he worked at Paine Webber and Co.; Kidder, Peabody & Co.; and Alex. Brown & Sons. Switzer holds a BA in biology from Colgate University. Location: New York

The Future of Bond Trading—and Why It Matters
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Seven Ways Fixed-Income Investors Will Benefit from the Digital Revolution

Seven Ways Fixed-Income Investors Will Benefit from the Digital Revolution

by Gershon Distenfeld, Scott DiMaggio, Jeff Skoglund, James Switzer
At long last, fixed-income investing is entering the digital age—and investors should pay close attention to what their asset managers are doing to keep up. From better pricing to better solution design, the digital revolution that’s transforming the fixed-income management landscape can lead to a host of benefits.

Fixed Income, Tech & Innovation

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