Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, CFA

Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, CFA

Portfolio Manager—Credit

27 Years at AB
31 Years of experience

Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky is a Senior Vice President and Credit Portfolio Manager, focusing primarily on the Low Volatility High Yield Strategy and the Short Duration High Yield Fund on the Luxembourg-domiciled fund platform, designed for non-US investors. He is a member of the Credit and High Yield fixed-income portfolio-management teams, and a member of the internal Credit Research Review Committee, the primary investment policy and decision-making committee for all AB’s credit-related portfolios. Rudolph-Shabinsky joined the firm in 1992 as a portfolio manager, and managed the Stable Value and Inflation-Linked Bond strategies. He has held other leadership posts at the firm, including head of Product Development and head of Product Management. Rudolph-Shabinsky has also authored or co-authored a number of papers, including “Beyond Interest Rate Anticipation: Strategies for Adding Value in Fixed Income” (2000) and “Assigning a Duration to Inflation-Protected Bonds” (1999), both published in the Financial Analysts Journal. He also co-wrote “Managed Synthetics,” published in The Handbook of Stable Value Investments (1998), and “LDI: Reducing Downside Risk with Global Bonds” (2012), published in The Journal of Investing. Rudolph-Shabinsky has written many blogs highlighting the risks in bank loans and in high-yield CCC-rated bonds. He holds a BA in economics and Soviet/East European studies from Cornell University and an MBA from Columbia University, and is a CFA charterholder. Location: New York

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High-Yield-Anleihen: Antworten auf kritische Fragen

Von Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky

Die Erträge von High-Yield-Anleihen sind so hoch wie nie, und  auf der anderen Seite sind die Zinsen in manchen Ländern so niedrig, dass man kaum noch von Zinsen sprechen mag. Bei vielen Anlegern wirft das kritische Fragen auf. Wir sind überzeugt: High-Yield-Anleihen bieten noch immer höhere laufende Erträge als andere Anleiheklassen und bei steigenden Zinsen entwickeln sie  sich besser.


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