- Director of Currency Strategy, US Portfolio Manager
Paresh Upadhyaya is Director of Currency Strategy and a Portfolio Manager for multi-sector strategies. He also leads Amundi Pioneer’s currency research effort out of Boston and serves as an advisor to the firm’s global fixed income and equity investment staff on currency-related issues. In addition, he helps lead sovereign credit analysis and advises the investment team on sovereign bond investments.
Paresh joined Amundi Pioneer from Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he was Director, Senior FX Strategist – Head of North Americas G-10 FX. Prior to BofA Merrill Lynch, he was a Portfolio Manager and member of the currency team at Putnam Investments, where he participated in actively managing $20 billion in currency investments in currency overlay, fixed income, global asset allocation and international equity portfolios.
Paresh holds a BS in economics and international relations from Boston University and an MBA in finance from Boston College.
United Kingdom, 9 November 2018
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