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Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky, CFA

Portfolio Manager—Credit
Ivan Rudolph-Shabinsky is a Senior Vice President and Credit Portfolio Manager, focusing primarily on the Low Volatility High Yield Strategy and the Short Duration High Yield Fund on the Luxembourg-domiciled fund platform, designed for non-US investors. He is a member of the Credit and High Yield fixed-income portfolio-management teams, and a member of the internal Credit Research Review Committee, the primary investment policy and decision-making committee for all AB’s credit-related portfolios. Rudolph-Shabinsky joined the firm in 1992 as a portfolio manager, and managed the Stable Value and Inflation-Linked Bond strategies. He has held other leadership posts at the firm, including head of Product Development and head of Product Management. Rudolph-Shabinsky has also authored or co-authored a number of papers, including “Beyond Interest Rate Anticipation: Strategies for Adding Value in Fixed Income” (2000) and “Assigning a Duration to Inflation-Protected Bonds” (1999), both published in the Financial Analysts Journal. He also co-wrote “Managed Synthetics,” published in The Handbook of Stable Value Investments (1998), and “LDI: Reducing Downside Risk with Global Bonds” (2012), published in The Journal of Investing. Rudolph-Shabinsky has written many blogs highlighting the risks in bank loans and in high-yield CCC-rated bonds. He holds a BA in economics and Soviet/East European studies from Cornell University and an MBA from Columbia University, and is a CFA charterholder. Location: New York