Matthew Norton

Matthew Norton

Chief Investment Officer—Municipal Bonds

17 Years at AB
17 Years of experience

Matthew Norton is Chief Investment Officer for Municipal Bonds, responsible for overseeing municipal bond investing at AB. He is also a member of the Municipal Impact Investment Policy Group. Previously, Norton was a portfolio manager on the Municipal Bond team. He joined AB in 2005, focusing primarily on research in tax-exempt and taxable fixed-income markets. Prior to joining the firm, Norton worked as a statistical research analyst at St. Lawrence University, evaluating the accuracy of biometric devices. He holds a BS in economics and mathematics from St. Lawrence University and an MBA in economics and quantitative finance from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University. Location: New York

Municipal Market Outlook: Six Strategies for 2023
Municipal Impact Investing: Making an Impact on Education
Municipal Bond Outlook: Navigating Headwinds in 2022
Impact Investing: Addressing Local Needs with Precision and Purpose
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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