Josh is a member of the global investment grade team and is currently responsible for global and U.S. investment grade credit strategies at Aviva Investors. He is also the Investment Officer for the North American Region.
Experience and qualifications
Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Joshua worked for AllianceBernstein as an investment grade portfolio manager. He was also assistant vice president of investments and investment grade portfolio manager at American Equity Investment Life Insurance Company. In addition, he has held analyst positions at Wells Fargo Financial and RSM McGladrey. Joshua holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Northern Iowa. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation and is a member of the CFA® Institute and the CFA® Society of Chicago.
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