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Brian Smedley

Guggenheim Partners


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Brian Smedley is head of macroeconomic and investment research at Guggenheim Partners, reporting to the firm’s global chief investment officer. He leads a team of economists and investment strategists who help to formulate the firm’s macro and asset allocation views, communicating them internally and externally. Cogent Reports ranks their thought leadership publications among the industry’s most read and most shared.



Prior to joining Guggenheim, Mr. Smedley was head of U.S. short rates research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he covered Treasuries, interest rate derivatives, and money markets, as well as Fed policy and financial regulation. He was ranked second in the Short Duration category of the Institutional Investor Fixed Income Research Survey. Previously he was a trader and analyst at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. He earned bachelor’s degrees in economics and finance from Utah State University and a master’s degree in international development studies from The George Washington University.

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