We caught up with Todd Schubert, Managing Director, Head of Fixed Income Research, Bank of Singapore in advance of the Issuers & Investors Forum in Singapore to get his views on how Asian investors view Turkish and GCC credit.
Todd Schubert is a Managing Director and Head of Fixed Income Research for Bank of Singapore. He joined the Bank’s predecessor ING Asia Private Bank in 2008. Prior to that he was Head of Asian Fixed Income Research at Deutsche Bank as well as a Global Credit Portfolio Manager with the Government of Singapore Investment Corp. During his more than 30 years of Investment Experience Todd has also worked for a number of major U.S. Financial Institutions including USAA and GE Asset Management. Todd has an MBA from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago and a Bachelor’s Degree from UCLA. He is CFA certified.
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