Anne Walsh has received some good news lately. In February, we ranked Guggenheim Investments as the # 1 family of taxable fixed income funds and # 2 Barron’s best fund families of 2020. Then, in April, Walsh was named managing partner at Guggenheim Partners.
Walsh joined Guggenheim Investments, the global asset management and investment advisory business of Guggenheim Partners, in 2007. She oversees more than $ 210 billion in fixed income investments, including agencies, loans, municipalities and structured securities. Walsh is responsible for portfolio design, strategy, sector allocation and risk management of fixed income portfolios, as well as sharing Guggenheim’s macroeconomic outlook with portfolio managers.
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“People don’t see the asset management industry as a higher calling,” she says, “but even when we are managing institutional money or mutual funds, there is someone at the back. end of this institutional chain which has its savings with us, and we take this responsibility very seriously.
Prior to joining Guggenheim, Walsh, 56, was Chief Investment Officer at Reinsurance Group of America from 2000 to 2007.
Walsh says she is passionate about golf and philanthropy. She and her husband help fund a program for those struggling with drug addiction, and they have endowed a professor in philosophy, politics, and economics at Wabash College in Indiana.
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