Paul DeNoon

Paul DeNoon

Portfolio Manager—Income Strategies

27 Years at AB
35 Years of experience

Paul DeNoon is a Senior Vice President and Portfolio Manager of Income Strategies. He co-leads the management of AB’s large global high-income franchise, co-managing the firm’s flagship Global High Yield Portfolio, an over $20 billion Luxembourg-domiciled fund, as well as its award-winning High Income Fund, a US mutual fund that was named “Best Fund over 10 Years” by Lipper from 2012 through 2015. DeNoon is also a member of AB’s Emerging Market Debt portfolio-management team, Emerging Market Multi-Asset Strategy Committee, Dynamic Asset Allocation Committee and Municipal Impact Investment Policy Group. He also has oversight for AB’s Corporate Responsibility initiatives, which include Responsible Investment (environmental, social and corporate governance) and Diversity & Inclusion. DeNoon joined AB in 1992, and was instrumental in developing some of the firm’s now flagship emerging-market debt and global high-yield funds. Previously, he was a vice president in the Investment Portfolio Group at Manufacturers Hanover Trust and an economist in the bank’s Financial Markets Research Group, where he was primarily responsible for analysis of monetary and fiscal policy. DeNoon began his career as a research analyst at Lehman Brothers. He holds a BA in economics from Union College and an MBA in finance from New York University. Location: New York

Auf zu neuen Ufern: EM-Anleihen verlassen den Junk-Dschungel

Auf zu neuen Ufern: EM-Anleihen verlassen den Junk-Dschungel

Von Shamaila Khan, Paul DeNoon

In den vergangenen zehn Jahren haben Anleihen aus den Schwellenländern eine enorme Entwicklung durchgemacht. Waren sie damals in großer Mehrzahl mit Bonitäten unterhalb von BBB, also „Junk-Bond“-Niveau behaftet, so wird mittlerweile ein großer Teil der Emerging-Markets-Rententitel von den Ratingagenturen als Investment Grade (IG) bewertet. Warum? Und was bedeutet diese Veränderung für Anleger?

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