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Amar Reganti

Managing Director at Wellington Management and Fixed-Income Strategist for Hartford Funds

As an investment director in Investment Products and Strategies, Amar works closely with investors to help ensure the integrity of their fixed-income investment approaches. This includes meeting regularly with fixed-income investment teams and overseeing portfolio positioning, performance, and risk exposures, as well as developing new products and client solutions and managing business issues such as capacity, fees, and guidelines. He also meets with clients, prospects, and consultants to communicate Wellington Management's investment philosophy strategy, positioning, and performance.

Prior to joining Wellington Management in 2018, he worked as a strategist at Grantham Mayo Van Otterloo on both fixed-income and asset-allocation strategies. Previously, he served as the deputy director of the Office of Debt Management at the US Treasury Department (2011–2015). He also held roles in fixed-income markets as an investment-grade portfolio manager at UBS Global Asset Management (2008–2011), a derivatives solutions strategist at Merrill Lynch (2006–2008), and a credit analyst at UBS Investment Bank (2000–2003).

He has an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business (2006), a master of science in European political economy from the London School of Economics and Political Science (2000), and a bachelor of arts from Vassar College (1999).


5 Things About Amar


He is an avid history buff and recently spent a birthday trekking across the battlefield at Gettysburg.


By making lots of mistakes, he has evolved into a passable cook. He wants to continue to take time to learn and hone his skills in the kitchen. 


A new resident of Providence, Rhode Island, he loves the sights, food, and events of the Ocean State.


He relaxes by spending time with his family and very fluffy dog, Toffee. If he wasn’t on the road so much, his wife says there would be a danger of them having a dozen dogs and substantially more dog toys.


His go-to gift for someone is an old book, hunted down at a collection or second hand bookstore, on a topic or hobby that’s important to them.

amar's Insights

Yields also reacted to the the anticipated inflationary impact of China reopening and the repricing of higher-for-longer Federal Reserve policy rates.
Most global sovereign yields fell sharply, and fixed-income spreads continued to compress following a partial easing of COVID lockdown restrictions in China. They were also supported by a dearth of new issuance, particularly among higher-yielding sectors.
With the end of the low-inflation era, expect seismic shifts in the economic landscape.
Most fixed-income spread sectors posted positive excess returns, supported by UK political stability, declining gas prices in Europe, and a shift in expectations away from rapid interest rate hikes by major central banks.
Although the word “unprecedented” is overused, there’s no other word to describe what fixed-income investors have experienced this year. Managing Director at Wellington Management and Fixed-Income Strategist for Hartford Funds, Amar Reganti, shares his thoughts on the past year and where fixed-income goes from here.




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