Tiffanie Wong, CFA

Director—Fixed Income Responsible Investing Portfolio Management; Director—US Investment-Grade Credit

Tiffanie Wong is a Senior Vice President and Director of Fixed Income Responsible Investing Portfolio Management. In this role, she is part of the leadership team that develops responsible investment strategy across AB’s Fixed Income business, particularly related to integrating environmental, social and governance considerations throughout the team’s portfolio construction processes and overseeing management of several of the team’s sustainable strategies. Wong also serves as Director of US Investment-Grade Credit, responsible for the management and strategy implementation of the firm’s US Investment-Grade Credit portfolios, including total-return and income-oriented credit strategies for institutional and retail clients. She has worked closely with AB’s Quantitative Research team to leverage the firm’s technology innovations within fixed-income trading and research to apply a more systematic approach to AB’s credit investing. Prior to joining AB’s Fixed Income portfolio-management team, Wong served as an associate portfolio manager on the Credit team, focusing on various strategies for the Global and US Credit portfolios—including total return, buy and hold, and liability matching. Before joining AB in 2012, she was a fixed-income portfolio analyst and trader at Segall Bryant & Hamill and a fixed-income portfolio associate at Wells Capital Management. Wong holds a BA in economics with a minor in business institutions from Northwestern University and is a CFA charterholder. Location: New York

Financing a Sustainable World: Global Banks Take Center Stage
The Case for Corporate Credit
Sustainability-Linked Bonds: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
Defensive Stand: Investment-Grade Corporates Hold the Line
Understanding Green Bond Performance in Market Setbacks
Investment-Grade Corporates: On the Express Track
Time to Step Back into Investment-Grade Credit
Understanding Your Bond Portfolio’s Carbon Footprint
How Green Bonds Will Fund a Green Future
Making Sense of ESG-Labeled Bonds
Making Sense of ESG Bond Structures
2021 Outlook: Will Global Credit Be in the Sweet Spot?
Fed Actions May Stabilize Global Corporate Markets

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