Christine Todd, CFA is Senior Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income, US at Amundi Asset Management. She supervises all fixed income portfolio management and research activities for Amundi Pioneer in the US, and leads a team of approximately 50 investment professionals who manage a wide range of US and global fixed income portfolios for institutional and retail clients worldwide. She is a member of the US Investment Committee, US Executive Committee and US Management Committee. She is based in Boston and reports to Ken Taubes, Chief Investment Officer, US.
Christine is an experienced and well-regarded leader in fixed income, with 30 years of industry experience. She was previously President of Neighborly Investments in Boston, a technology-driven impact investment manager focused on customized municipal bond portfolios for institutional and high net worth investors. Prior to Neighborly, Christine was President of Standish Mellon Asset Management, a leading fixed income asset management firm, from 2012 until 2017. She headed Standish Mellon’s $30 billion Tax Sensitive investment platform since 2001, and also led its $15 billion Insurance investment platform. In this role, she managed portfolio management, credit research, trading, client relations, and was a significant driver of sales and marketing for tax sensitive and insurance multi-strategy solutions. Prior to joining Standish Mellon in 1995, she was a portfolio manager, trader and analyst at Gannett Welch & Kotler, a Boston investment firm.
Christine has a B.A. from Georgetown University and an M.B.A. from Boston University. She is a Chartered Financial Analyst. She serves on the Board and Fintech Committee of the CFA Society of Boston, and is active in the Boston Security Analysts Society and National Federation of Municipal Analysts. She is a Trustee of Dedham Institution for Savings and the Fessenden School, both in Massachusetts.
Transatlantic relations will be completely different depending on who becomes the next president. It is less US fiscal policy—which would be expansionary in any case—then international relations that are at stake for the next four years. For both Europe and China, the results of the US presidential election will be as important as for the United States.
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