Malcolm McCabe

Fund Manager

Malcolm McCabe
Malcolm is responsible for UK index linked, hard and local currency emerging market debt, US MBS and floating rate note portfolios. Malcolm joined LGIM in 2011 from Capital Group Research, where he was a Senior Assistant Fixed Income Portfolio Manager. During his 10-year tenure with Capital, Malcolm assisted in the management of active portfolios across a diverse group of bond markets, including global governments, emerging and frontier markets, corporates, US mortgage-backed, ABS, currencies and derivatives. Prior to that, he was an assistant portfolio manager at State Street Global Advisors. Malcolm graduated from London Guildhall University (now the London Metropolitan University) in 1999 with a BA (Hons) business studies, specialising in securities and commodities, investment and trading. Malcolm is a member of the Securities Institute, is Deputy Chairman of the FTSE EMEA Bond Committee and holds the Investment Management Certificate.

Other articles by Malcolm McCabe

EMD expansion: from BRICs to Philippines, Ukraine, Kazakhstan & Egypt
Fixed income

EMD expansion: from BRICs to Philippines, Ukraine, Kazakhstan & Egypt

We believe the Philippines, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Egypt are heading towards inclusion in major...
By Malcolm McCabeRyan Clatworthy
15 Oct 2021
5 min read
Indian government bonds: completing the BRIC wall in local EMD
Fixed income

Indian government bonds: completing the BRIC wall in local EMD

We believe India is soon likely to be included in broad local-currency emerging-market bond...
By Malcolm McCabeRyan Clatworthy
13 Oct 2021
3 min read

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