Head of Fixed Income for Institutional Business, BNP Paribas Investment Partners
Chief Investment Officer and Head of Fixed Income, Head of Sector Rotation, FFTW
Dominick DeAlto is Head of Fixed Income for BNP Paribas Investment Partners’ Institutional business and CIO and Head of Fixed Income for FFTW. He has oversight responsibility for all activities relating to the management and performance of the organisation’s fixed income investment teams, products and portfolios. He oversees and guides investment processes across teams, ensuring consistency and branding of processes. Dominick is responsible for challenging the strategies and processes of the various investment teams. He also works with the head of each product team to define strategy for fixed income activities, focusing on meeting client needs. In addition, Dominick heads the alpha team responsible for determining sector allocation trades for the firm’s portfolios. Dominick joined FFTW in 2013 and is based in New York.
Prior to joining FFTW, Dominick was Managing Director – Head of Product Management and Development (Americas) for Deutsche Asset Management where he served in a senior portfolio management capacity as Head of Fixed Income Asset Allocation. Prior to Deutsche Asset Management, Dominick held the position of Head of Fixed Income (Americas) for Robeco, Weiss Peck & Greer Investment Management where he oversaw the management of US and global fixed income assets. At Robeco, Dominick managed numerous fixed income multi-sector portfolios, with a focus on fixed income asset allocation. Prior to Robeco, Dominick held various fixed income portfolio management positions including fixed income portfolio manager for Chase Asset Management, a predecessor of J.P. Morgan Asset Management. Dominick began his career as a credit analyst at Chase Securities Inc. after graduating from their industry leading credit training program.
Dominick has over 27 years of investment experience. He earned his BS in Economics from State University of New York, SUNY – Oneonta. He is a member of the New York Society of Securities Analysts and the CFA Institute.