Antulio Bomfim, Ph.D.
Head of Global Macro, Global Fixed Income
Antulio Bomfim, head of global macro for the global fixed income team, oversees interest rate strategy, systematic volatility, liquidity and monitoring of systemic risk globally. He is also responsible for the firm’s global liquidity management business.
He is a member of the Fixed Income Strategy Committee, a group that formulates the macroeconomic and investment themes that inform strategy, risk budgeting and portfolio construction across all fixed income portfolios.
With more than 30 years of experience in central banking and asset management, Antulio is a longtime advisor, consultant and award-winning author. He has deep knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of the interactions between the economy and the financial markets.
Previously, he held senior roles at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, including as special adviser to Chair Jerome Powell and special adviser to the Board. Antulio also was senior managing director and co-head of monetary policy insights at consulting firm Macroeconomic Advisers. He was portfolio manager and co-head of interest strategy at OFI Institutional Asset Management, a division of Oppenheimer Funds.
Antulio earned a doctorate, along with master’s and bachelor’s degrees, in economics from the University of Maryland, as well as an master’s degree in mathematical finance from the University of Oxford. His research includes asset pricing, monetary policy, macroeconomics, investments and financial markets. He also teaches financial economics courses at Georgetown University.