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Please join Deborah Cunningham for a Money Market Reform conference call scheduled for Thursday,
September 11, 2014 at 10 AM.
Please join the call to discuss the important changes implemented in the Money Market Reform, the call will focus on:
- Key reform changes that would affect municipalities.
- Prime funds and the way gates and fees would operate.
- Reporting - how it will be affected.
- LGIPs - how LAIF and CA County pools could be affected.
Deborah A. Cunningham, CFA, Executive Vice President, Chief Investment Officer Global Money Markets, and Senior Portfolio Manager.
Debbie Cunningham joined Federated in 1981 as a performance analyst. Since 1990 she has been portfolio manager for all government and prime money market funds. In 1994 she took over the management of the entire taxable money market group. She is responsible for portfolio management and research in the fixed income area concentrating on money market and asset-backed securities.
Cunningham also manages Federated’s domestic and euro money market funds and oversees the management of the Taxable Money Market Group as well as the Tax-Exempt Money Market Group. She is a former director and president and is current member of the CFA Society of Pittsburgh.
Cunningham earned a master’s degree in business administration from Robert Morris University and received a bachelor’s degree from Duquesne University. She is also a CFA charter holder.
Previous associations: Head of Taxable Money Market Group, Performance Analysis Supervisor, Performance Analyst, Federated Investors. B.A., Duquesne University; M.B.A., Robert Morris University.
Professional affiliations: Former Director and President, CFA Society of Pittsburgh, Board of Directors, Robert Morris University, United Way Women’s Leadership Council. Joined Federated 1981; Investment Experience: 28 Years.
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