LSA Manager Interview with Kewjin Yuoh Parther, Portfolio Manager of Taxable Fixed Income with Lord Abbett

Kewjin Youh

Kewjin Yuoh, a Partner and a Portfolio Manager for Taxable Fixed Income, is part of the team managing several Lord Abbett funds, including Core Fixed Income, Income, Total Return, Short Duration Income, and Inflation Focused. Mr. Yuoh directs the Liquid and Securitized Products Team, which is responsible for fundamental research, analysis, trading, and portfolio management within Treasuries, agencies, residential mortgage-backed securities (MBS), asset-backed securities (ABS), and commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS).

Mr. Yuoh began his career in the financial services industry in 1994. He joined Lord Abbett in 2010 as a Portfolio Manager for the firm’s taxable fixed-income strategies and was named Partner in 2012. Prior to joining Lord Abbett, he was a Portfolio Manager of Structured Products at Sanford Bernstein; a Portfolio Manager of Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities at Credit Suisse Asset Management; and a Senior VP, Director of Fundamental Research for Liquid and Struc­tured Products at AllianceBernstein.

Mr. Yuoh earned a BS in operations research and industrial engineering from Cornell University, College of Engineering.

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