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mallowstreet University Digital Roundtable: Enter the Golden Age of Credit

The coronavirus outbreak has sparked unprecedented market volatility, but at PGIM Fixed Income we believe current dynamics present an attractive space for active global fixed income management, whilst carefully managing credit risk across various sectors, industries and issuers. 

During this informative roundtable, Gregory Peters, Head of Multi-Sector and Strategy at PGIM Fixed Income, will provide an overview of global economic and market themes before delving into the current opportunity sets he sees across a number of different fixed income sectors. Learn why he believes we are in a 'golden age of credit'.

This event is accredited for CPD points by the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) and is exclusively for pension fund decision makers and their advisors.

Program

Time Description
17:45

Login and Access Meeting

The University Roundtable will take place online via a 'Zoom' meeting (a widely used webcast meeting provider). We will provide further information, including an access link and password, to all attendees in advance of the event.
17:55

Welcome and Introductions

18:00

Presentation Gregory Peters, Head of Multi-Sector and Strategy

During this lively and informative roundtable, Gregory Peters, Head of Multi-Sector and Strategy at PGIM Fixed Income, will provide an overview of global economic and market themes before delving into the current opportunity sets he sees across a number of different fixed income sectors. Learn why he believes we are in a 'golden age of credit'.
19:00

Questions and Close

19:15

End

Speakers

  • Gregory Peters

    Gregory Peters is a senior portfolio manager for Core, Long Government/Credit, Core Plus, Absolute Return, and other multi-sector Fixed Income strategies, in addition to having oversight of the firm's investment strategy function. Prior to joining PGIM Fixed Income in 2014, Gregory was the Chief Global Cross Asset Strategist at Morgan Stanley, responsible for the Firm's macro research and asset allocation strategy. In addition, he was Morgan Stanley's Global Director of Fixed Income & Economic Research and served on the Firm’s Risk, Investment, Asset Allocation, Global Credit, and Global Fixed Income Operating Committees. Earlier, he worked at Salomon Smith Barney and the Department of U.S. Treasury. Gregory has been recognized by Institutional Investor magazine for his efforts in macro, fixed income, high yield and investment grade strategies. He was also recently recognized as Business Insider's Top Analysts and CEO World’s Top Analyst's to Watch. Gregory earned a BA in Finance from The College of New Jersey and an MBA from Fordham University. He is also a member of the Fixed Income Analyst Society and the Bond Market Association.

  • Mark Fulwood

    Mark Fulwood is a Vice President, Client Advisory for PGIM Fixed Income based in London. Mr. Fulwood is responsible for developing and marketing PGIM’s Fixed Income’s capabilities to the UK and Irish Institutional markets, with a focus on Corporate DB Pensions and Local Government Pools. Prior to joining the firm in 2019, Mr. Fulwood was Head of Institutional Business Development – UK & Ireland and was a senior member of Janus Henderson Investors UK’s Institutional team. He held several senior roles at Henderson Global Investors, now Janus Henderson Investors, during his tenure which started in 2006. Prior to that, Mr. Fulwood held client servicing roles at a number of asset managers globally. He holds an HND in Business & Finance from Manchester Metropolitan University.

  • William St Clair

    William St Clair joined PGIM Fixed Income in 2019 and is a member of the Client Advisory Group. Mr. St Clair works with our EMEA institutional investors in developing fixed income solutions to meet their needs. Prior to joining the Client Advisory Group, he worked for Pictet Asset Management covering U.K. institutional clients. Mr. St Clair started his career with Walter Scott and Partners in Edinburgh initially working in Equity Research before moving into client relations. He received a L.L.B. (hons) from the University of Glasgow.