Executive Director Global Head of Macro and Fixed Income Strategy
Thomas Kennedy is the Global Head of Macro and Fixed Income Strategy for J.P. Morgan Private Bank. In this role, he leads the development of the Private Bank’s global economics, responsible for forming the top-down view, while continuing to develop interest rate, and credit views. Mr. Kennedy advises clients on strategic fixed income implementation within the context of their overall investment portfolios including tactical brokerage ideas and long term discretionary solutions. Mr. Kennedy is a member of the Capital Markets Investment Group, which formulates investment views and identifies tactical brokerage opportunities.
Previously, Mr. Kennedy worked at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York for 8 years holding various research and policy positions. Most recently, he led a global macro strategy team, responsible for researching global financial markets and briefing senior Federal Reserve officials in New York and Washington D.C. He also served as a speech writer for the portfolio manager of SOMA (System Open Market Account Holdings), regularly crafting his remarks on financial markets delivered at the start of every FOMC meeting.
In addition to his investment strategy responsibilities, Mr. Kennedy is an Adjunct Professor of Finance and Accounting at Mercy College in New York, NY.
Mr. Kennedy received an M.B.A. from American University’s Kogod School of Business and a B.A. from Lafayette College. He currently lives on Long Island with his wife and two sons.
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