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Adam Schrier, CFA, FRM

Director, Product Management, New York Life Investments

Adam Schrier is a Director of Product Management at New York Life Investments, covering fixed income strategies with a focus on non-investment grade debt. Previously, he worked as a Product Manager for high yield and emerging market debt at Invesco in New York.

Adam began his career in investment management at Morgan Stanley Investment Management where he was a Senior Associate on the Portfolio Manager Support team. Adam earned an MBA from the Stern School of Business at NYU and a BA in Economics from Rutgers University.  He is a CFA charterholder and certified FRM.

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