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Chris Alwine, CFA

Chris Alwine, CFA

Global head of credit

Christopher W. Alwine is a principal and head of the Global Credit Team in Vanguard Fixed Income Group, where he leads a global team of 60 investment professionals responsible for the management of Vanguard’s actively managed credit-sensitive taxable bond portfolios.

Mr. Alwine joined Vanguard in March of 1990 and has nearly 30 years of investment experience. He has served in multiple roles throughout his career in the Fixed Income Group. His experience includes trading, portfolio management, and credit research. His portfolio management experience spans both taxable and municipal markets as well as active and index funds. Mr. Alwine is also a member of the senior investment committee at Vanguard that is responsible for developing macro strategies for the firm’s internally managed active fixed income funds.

Mr. Alwine earned a bachelor’s of business administration from Temple University and an M.S. in finance from Drexel University. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst®. Mr. Alwine is a member of the Temple University Leadership Council and the Dean’s Council of the Fox School of Business.

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