by Jake Moeller.
Ten years after the start of the Global Financial Crisis, Anujeet Sareen, fixed income portfolio manager at Brandywine Global, outlines factors contributing to a reasonably sanguine global macro-economic outlook.
Anujeet considers some of the macro factors that are providing the basis for optimism in some regions, examines some of the challenges posed by the existing levels of central bank activity and summarises the current Brandywine Global asset allocation view.
About Anujeet Sareen
Anujeet Sareen is a portfolio manager for the firm’s Global Fixed Income and related strategies. Prior to joining the firm in 2016, Anujeet was a managing director of global fixed income and a global macro strategist, as well as chair of the Currency Strategy Group at Wellington Management in Boston.
Over his 22-year career at Wellington (1994-2016), he held a variety of roles while cultivating extensive fixed income and currency management experience. Anujeet is a CFA® charterholder and earned a B.A. in Computer Science from Brown University.
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