Episode 62

Given the uncertainty in today’s economic environment, investors should not be caught unaware of what’s in their bond portfolios. Enter Morningstar, whose recent split of the intermediate bond category should be welcome news for bond investors seeking greater transparency. Capital Group head of fixed income Mike Gitlin and portfolio manager Pramod Atluri explain.

 

Related: Why fixed income? 4 roles your bond portfolio should play

Mike Gitlin is Capital Group's head of fixed income. He has 25 years of investment experience, four with Capital. Mike was previously the head of fixed income and global head of trading for T. Rowe Price. He earned a bachelor's from Colgate University.

Pramod Atluri is a fixed income portfolio manager with 20 years of investment experience. Prior to joining Capital Group in 2016, Pramod was a fixed income portfolio manager at Fidelity Investments and a management consultant at McKinsey & Company. He holds an MBA from Harvard and a bachelor’s in biological chemistry from the University of Chicago.

 

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