Shamaila Khan

Shamaila Khan

Director—Emerging Market Debt

6 Years at AB
21 Years of experience

Shamaila Khan is a Director of AB’s Emerging Market Debt strategies. In January 2017, she was named a Director of Emerging Market Debt, expanding her influence on our Emerging Market Debt team to include the management and oversight of our hard- and local-currency emerging-market sovereign-debt strategies. Khan joined AB in 2011 as a senior vice president and portfolio manager, focusing on emerging-market corporate and quasi-sovereign issuers across all of AB’s emerging-market debt and credit strategies. She has been actively managing and evaluating corporate and sovereign emerging-market debt issuance since 1997. Prior to joining AB, Khan served as managing director of emerging-market debt for TIAA-CREF. She has participated in many emerging-market panels and discussions worldwide, including Fitch’s Annual Emerging Markets Outlook Conference, the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Emerging Markets Conference and Debtwire Emerging Markets Investors Summit. Khan holds a BBA from Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan, and an MBA (with honors) from New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Location: New York

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