Keith Patton

Managing Director, Global Head of Absolute Return Fixed Income

Keith joined BMO Global Asset Management in 2012 and plays a leading role in managing multi asset strategies and developing unconstrained fixed income solutions across the group. Keith has over 25 years’ fixed income and asset allocation experience holding senior positions in some of the leading investment managers, including Deutsche Asset Management and Aberdeen Asset Management. Prior to joining BMO Global Asset Management and after a brief period at Brevan Howard (the macro hedge fund) he became the global head of fixed income for UBS Wealth Management in Zurich and a member of the global asset allocation committee within the investment office. Keith graduated in 1989 from South Bank University in London with a BA (Hons) in Business Studies (specialising in Finance).

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