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19 June 2019 19:30

To

22:00

Venue

Eight Members Club Moorgate
1 Dysart Street, London, EC2A 2BX, England, United Kingdom
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mallowstreet University Dinner: Challenging the Fixed Income Status Quo

Join us for this educational mallowstreet dinner looking at challenging the status quo in the world of Fixed Income.

The evening will be hosted by BNY Mellon, and will bring together industry experts to discuss, debate and enjoy dinner at this exclusive venue.

Mellon’s (a part of BNY Mellon) capability set focuses on delivering competitive solutions to market segments where traditional approaches face challenges,for instance inconsistent alpha or frictional headwinds. In this presentation and discussion Paul Benson will show how certain implementation innovations can markedly reduce transaction costs, a key source of performance drag for credit portfolios, and enhance the portfolio liquidity profile. He will also demonstrate how a rules-based approach to portfolio design and construction utilising a differentiated application can capture structural inefficiencies and deliver cost-effective, competitive outperformance.

This dinner 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
19:30

Guest Arrival Welcome Drinks Served

20:00

Seated for Dinner Dinner served followed by presentation

22:00

End

Speakers

  • Paul Benson

    Paul is the Head of Multi-Factor and Index Fixed Income Portfolio Management at Mellon (a part of BNY Mellon). In this role, he leads a team responsible for managing the team’s multi-factor and fixed income index strategies, including the High Yield Beta strategy. Previously at the firm, Paul was a senior portfolio manager responsible for the yield curve arbitrage strategy within global asset allocation portfolios. Additionally, he engineered and built the process to automate fixed income portfolio rebalancing and improve operational risk control.

    Prior to joining the firm, Paul was a senior fixed income portfolio associate at PIMCO, where he analyzed portfolios, and implemented and managed active US and global fixed income portfolios. Previously, he was a trader at Westdeutsche Landesbank Tokyo, where he built the interest rate swaps trading desk, and a trader at Bankers Trust Tokyo, where he ran the Japanese government bond book. Both positions included market making and proprietary trading. Paul has been in the investment industry since 1994.

    Paul received a BA from University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He holds the CFA® designation and is a member of CFA Institute.