Paul S Robinson

Director, Portfolio Manager, Global Rates & Money Markets

Paul joined BMO Global Asset Management in June 2014 as a Director in the Global Rates and Money Market team. Paul has over twenty years of experience in financial services and joined from ICAP after a successful career at JP Morgan and other leading houses. Most of his career has been focused on Money Markets and Short Term Interest Rates products. His experience includes trading and analysis of a broad range of money market instruments, including cash and derivative instruments ranging from CP/CDs to interest rate futures and swaps. Paul also actively developed short duration relative value and macro strategies across the curve, specifically looking at G7 markets. Paul has a BSc (Hons) in Economics and Politics from the University of Bristol.

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