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Co-Chief Investment Officer, Senior Vice President
G. David MacEwen is co-chief investment officer and senior vice president for American Century Investments®.
As co-CIO with Victor Zhang, Mr. MacEwen jointly leads the investment management function, sharing responsibility for the firm's investment culture, performance processes, resource allocation and talent development. Together, the co-CIOs manage approximately 150 investment professionals based in Kansas City; Mountain View, Calif.; New York City and London.
In 2001, Mr. MacEwen was named CIO, Fixed Income, a role he maintains in addition to his co-CIO responsibilities. As CIO, Fixed Income, Mr. MacEwen leads the company's global fixed income operation, which includes U.S. and Non-U.S. capabilities in the areas of government bonds, corporate debt, municipal bonds and money market funds. He also is chair of the firm's Global Macro Strategy Team and the Asset Allocation Committee.
Mr. MacEwen joined American Century Investments in 1991 and has worked in the financial industry since 1982. Prior to joining the company, he was vice president of portfolio management for Provident Institutional Asset Management Corporation (currently BlackRock Advisors, LLC). Previously, he was a trust investment officer for Bank of Delaware (currently PNC Wealth Management).
Mr. MacEwen holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Boston University and a master's degree in business administration with a concentration in finance from the University of Delaware. He is a member of the CFA Institute and the Security Analysts of San Francisco. He also serves on the Board of Trustees for Blair Academy in New Jersey.
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