Douglas J. Peebles

Douglas J. Peebles

Chief Investment Officer—Fixed Income

32 Years at AB
32 Years of experience

Douglas J. Peebles is the Chief Investment Officer of AB’s Fixed Income, focused on managing the firm’s strategic client relationships. As CIO, he is also Co-Chairman of the Interest Rates and Currencies Research Review team, which is responsible for setting interest-rate and currency policy for all fixed-income portfolios. In 1997, Peebles pioneered the firm’s highly successful and innovative approach to global multi-sector high-income investing, which is now being adapted by other firms. Since joining AB in 1987, he has held several leadership positions, including head of Fixed Income from 2008 to 2016, co-head of Fixed Income from 2004 to 2008 and director of Global Fixed Income from 1997 to 2004. Peebles holds a BA in accounting and political science from Muhlenberg College and an MBA from Rutgers University. Location: New York

Midyear Bond Outlook: Making Sense of Conflicting Signals
The Three Risks Bond Investors Should Be Watching
The Long View: China—The Indispensable Nation?

The Long View: China—The Indispensable Nation?

by Douglas J. Peebles, Eric Winograd
A generation ago, China had little influence beyond its borders. Today, its importance to the world economy rivals the United States’. China’s role in markets is growing, too: in April, it will join a major global bond index. The future may bring a freely traded Chinese yuan and a challenge to the US dollar.

China, Currency, Economics, Fixed Income, Late-Cycle Investing

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