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Kevin Hebner, PhD

Managing Director, Global Portfolio Management, Epoch Investment Partners, Inc.

Kevin is a global investment strategist. Prior to joining Epoch in 2016, Kevin served as a senior FX strategist at J.P. Morgan Securities.

Before J.P. Morgan, Kevin worked as a global investment strategist at Third Wave Global Investors, Citigroup Asset Management and Credit Suisse Asset Management. Prior to Credit Suisse, Kevin worked at the Bank of Japan. In addition, Kevin was a visiting professor at Kyoto University.

Kevin earned a BA in Economics from the University of Toronto and graduated from Queen’s University with a PhD in Financial Economics and a MA in Economics.

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