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Arthur Torrey

Arthur Torrey

Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, Fixed Income Investors

Mr. Torrey is a Portfolio Manager in the High-Yield Credit Group. He joined New York Life Investments in 2006 and is responsible for the management of non-investment grade assets including floating rate loans and high-yield bonds. Mr. Torrey is also a portfolio manager on all floating rate loan mandates including retail mutual funds, institutional accounts, and CLOs.

Prior to joining New York Life Investments, Mr. Torrey was a portfolio manager and investment analyst for Carlyle High-Yield Partners. He was also a corporate relationship manager for Fleet Securities, as well as corporate banker with Credit Agricole/Indosuez and ABN-AMRO Bank. Mr. Torrey received a B.S.B.A. from the University of Denver.

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