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Oliver Boulind is Head of Global Credit based in London. He was previously a Senior Portfolio Manager on the U.S. Fixed Income Team. Mr. Boulind joined Aberdeen in 2008 from AllianceBernstein where he was a credit analyst focusing on telecom and media across the credit quality spectrum. Previously, Mr. Boulind worked for INVESCO as a credit analyst focusing on high yield telecom and media. Prior to that, Mr. Boulind was at JP Morgan Fleming in credit and portfolio management roles and, prior to graduate school, was at Salomon Brothers as an investment banking analyst in leveraged finance.
Mr. Boulind graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and received an M.B.A. from the Tuck School at Dartmouth College. He is a CFA charterholder.
Neil Moriarty III is a senior portfolio manager on the US fixed income team. Neil joined Aberdeen in 2005 via the acquisition of Deutsche Asset Management's London and Philadelphia fixed income businesses. Neil joined Deutsche in 2002 from Swathmore/Cypress Capital Management where he worked in fixed income portfolio management. Previously, Neil worked for Chase Securities in fixed income trading and research. Prior to that, Neil worked for Paine Webber in fixed income trading and research.
Rich Smith is a member of the global credit team and senior portfolio manager on the European investment grade team. Rich joined Aberdeen via the acquisition of Deutsche Asset Management’s London and Philadelphia fixed income businesses in 2005. Rich held the same role at Deutsche Asset Management in London, which he joined in 1998 as part of the graduate scheme.
József Szabó is Head of Global Macro. Mr. Szabó joined Aberdeen in 2011 from the central bank of Hungary, where in the last seven years, he was managing fixed income portfolios as part of the official FX reserves management operations. Previously, Mr. Szabó worked in monetary analysis within the central bank and served as secretary to the Monetary Council. Prior to that, Mr. Szabó worked for the Hungarian Government Debt Management Agency.
Mr. Szabó graduated with a Master’s degree from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and is a CFA charterholder.
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