Corporate Presentation - Rising Rates: Impact on Bonds and Portfolio Protection Solutions
It’s been eleven years since the Federal Reserve last initiated a rising interest rate policy. Bryce Doty will discuss what he thinks this means for bond investors and also highlight principal protection strategies designed for when interest rates are on the rise.
Bryce A. Doty | Bryce A. Doty is a Senior Vice President and Senior Portfolio Manager. Mr. Doty joined Sit Investment Associates, Inc. in November 1995. He is responsible for taxable bond portfolio management serving as portfolio manager for short duration accounts. Mr. Doty’s seven years of experience with Minnesota Mutual include two years of management consulting, two years as Due Diligence Officer for brokerhree years as the head of their Public Bond Trading desk. His responsibilities also included analyzing and monitoring all total return corporate credits. In 1988, Mr. Doty received a B.A. in Business Management with minors in physics and psychology from Hamline University. He completed his M.B.A. with a concentration in finance at the University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management in 1992.
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