Daniel Fuss has 64 years of experience in the investment industry and has been with Loomis, Sayles & Company since 1976. He is vice chairman of the firm's board of directors and a senior advisor to the full discretion team. In 2019, Mr. Fuss was awarded the Outstanding Portfolio Manager Award at the US Morningstar Awards for Investing Excellence. He has twice been president of CFA Society Boston. Mr. Fuss earned a BS and an MBA from Marquette University. He served in the US Navy from 1955 to 1958 and held the rank of Lieutenant.
Dan Fuss, vice chairman and portfolio manager of the Loomis Sayles Bond Fund, has worked in the investment industry for more than six decades. Now, he's prepared to share his knowledge and experience with you during his presentation in New York. Dan will discuss market liquidity, the correction in credit, the impact of geopolitical developments on a wide range of assets, and how climate-related developments factor into the investment outlook. He will also share his take on current Federal Reserve policy and the impact it's having on the economy and markets.
Rising inflation, rising interest rates, and rising market instability made for a confounding environment last year. So, where can investors turn for relief in 2023? What sectors are likely to prosper as the Federal Reserve's policy approach shifts? Which sectors will fall further behind? And if your goal is income, what equity and fixed income investments make the most sense?
Daniel Fuss is cautious in the short-term on Treasury markets. There is very little value in yields.