Born in St. Joseph, Michigan, Mark Kiesel studied economics and finance at the University of Chicago and University of Michigan. He has been working at PIMCO for over sixteen years. He is currently based in the Newport Beach office, where he runs corporate bonds. He is a senior member of the investment strategy and responsible for corporate bond portfolio management group. Outside of work Mark is a sports dedicated person.
Born in Oregon in the USA, Scott A. Mather is a deputy CIO and a managing director in the Newport Beach office of PIMCO. Prior to this he was the head of portfolio management for Europe and worked closely with Allianz-related companies and was also a managing director of Allianz Global Investors KAG. Before joining PIMCO in 1998, he was a fixed income trader at Goldman Sachs in New York. Scott graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a Master’s degree in engineering, a BS in engineering - material science & solid state chemistry and a BS in economics. Outside fund management, his interests include shooting and music.
Mihir Worah is CIO Asset Allocation and Real Return and a managing director at PIMCO in the Newport Beach office. He is a member of the investment committee and the executive committee, and oversees portfolio management for the U.S. He is a generalist portfolio manager who manages a variety of fixed income, commodity and multi-asset portfolios. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2001, he was a postdoctoral research associate at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Stanford linear accelerator center, where he built models to explain the difference between matter and anti-matter. In 2012 he co-authored “Intelligent Commodity Indexing,” published by McGraw-Hill. He has over 14 years of investment experience and holds a Ph.D. in theoretical physics from the University of Chicago.
The Fund seeks maximum total return, consistent with preservation of capital and prudent investment management. The Fund seeks to achieve its investment objective by investing in a diversified portfolio of fixed income instruments. The average portfolio duration normally varies within a three-to-six year time frame.
- United States