Michael Zezas, Head of US Public Policy and Managing Director at Morgan Stanley, shares his framework for post-election policy paths.
Head of US Public Policy & MD
The world is in a delicate place: We are in the worst global recession in almost 100 years, a pandemic is spreading, and policy is being passed worldwide at unprecedented speeds.
With the 2020 US election approaching, business leaders must account for the wide variety of post-election policy paths that are in play.
In this replay, guest speaker, Michael Zezas, Head of US Public Policy and Managing Director in Research at Morgan Stanley, shares:
Michael Zezas, a Managing Director in Research, joined the firm in 2007 as a credit analyst and portfolio manager, focusing on municipal and corporate bonds. In 2010, he became the Head of Municipal Credit Strategy, and in 2016, became Head of U.S. Public Policy Research. In these roles, Zezas leads analyst teams that advise clients on investment strategy around public policy issues and the municipal credit market. He is a CFA charterholder, has been a member of Institutional Investor’s All-America Fixed Income Research Team since 2013, and has been a Smith’s Research & Gradings Municipal All-Star since 2013.
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