Robert Robis

Robert Robis

Global Fixed Income Strategy

Competitive Advantage
  • Presents a consistent fixed income allocation framework, complementing BCA's extensive experience in macro analysis with proprietary models and indicators as key inputs into setting a global bond portfolio strategy.
  • Evaluates key macroeconomic trends, global themes and event risks to help clients understand underlying forces that impact fixed income markets.
  • Delivers specific bond trading recommendations (including duration, yield curve, sector and country strategies) that allow clients to capitalize on relative value opportunities as well as preserve capital.

Deliverables

WEEKLY REPORTS: Reports discuss key issues related to the global bond market, specific investment strategy, recommended portfolio allocation, and analysis of the current readings from our proprietary indicators.

SPECIAL REPORTS: Focusing on original investment ideas, these Special Reports include in-depth and short pieces on timely opportunities or risks.

Robert Robis, Senior Vice President

Robert Robis is currently BCA's Senior Vice President, Global Fixed Income Strategy. Previously, he headed up the BCA's U.S. Bond Strategy service. Robert has an extensive background in global fixed income strategy and portfolio management, spending 20 years in a variety of roles. Prior to rejoining BCA in June 2014, Robert was the Head of Fixed Income Macro Strategies and Senior Portfolio Manager at ING Investment Management in Atlanta, where he developed bond, currency and credit strategies for a variety of fixed income funds. Earlier in his career, Robert was a Global Fixed Income & Currency Strategist and Senior Portfolio Manager at OppenheimerFunds Inc. in New York and a Proprietary Trader at J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. in New York. Robert's career has come full circle, as he began his career with BCA back in 1995 as an Analyst and, later, an Associate Editor. Robert holds an MA (Economics) from New York University, a BA (Economics) from the University of Western Ontario, and is a CFA charterholder.


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