David Nagle is a portfolio manager for Barings’ Investment Grade Fixed Income Group. Dave is responsible for the portfolio management of the firm’s investment grade strategies, including the Global Investment Grade Strategies Fund and Active Short Duration. He has worked in the industry since 1986 and his experience has encompassed multi-sector portfolio and risk management, as well as asset allocation. Dave holds a B.A. in Economics and Finance from Lafayette College and is a member of the CFA Institute.
- Managing Duration and Interest Rate Risk
- Rates, Rallies & Risks
- Coronavirus: Navigating the Volatility
- Investment Grade Credit: Whatever It Takes
- Active Short Duration: A Versatile Strategy
- The Changing Face of Investment Grade Credit
- Investment Grade Credit Markets Make an About-Face
- Investment Grade Credit—Rates, BBBs and ABS
- Solving for Tight Spreads & Rising Rates
- IG Credit: The Hidden Risks of “Safe” Bond Strategies
- Investment Grade: Stable Fundamentals with Hints of Wear & Tear
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