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Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Gundlach Shares His Flagship, Again

Reported by Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

Jeffrey Gundlach is sharing the keys, again, to DoubleLine's [profile] flagship mutual fund, even as he and his right hand take on new duties.

Jeffrey E. Gundlach
DoubleLine Capital
Today, Gundlach added Andrew Hsu, head of the Los Angeles-based fund firm's asset-backed securities and infrastructure investment teams, as a co-PM of the $53-billion DoubleLine Total Return Bond Fund. (The fund accounts for 37.86 percent of DoubleLine's $140 billion in AUM.) Gundlach himself, CEO, serves as lead PM on the fund, and Philip Barach, president, serves as co-PM.

Meanwhile, Gundlach and Jeffrey Sherman, deputy chief investment officer, have also joined the PM team for the DoubleLine Low Duration Bond Fund. That team also includes: Barach; Robert Cohen, director of global developed credit; and Luz Padilla, director of international fixed income.

Hsu has worked with Gundlach for 17 years (seven at TCW and ten at DoubleLine). Gundlach liken's Hsu's addition to the Total Return Bond Fund team to the promotion of Sherman three years ago.

"As an analyst, trader and portfolio manager, [Hsu] has had deep experience in every major sector of the securitization universe in which the Total Return Bond fund invests," Gundlach states.

"[Hsu] has the rare ability to buck conventional wisdom and see past rigid style boxes to spot new market developments and emerging trends before they become obvious years later," Sherman states.

Hsu already serves as co-PM of the DoubleLine Infrastructure Income Fund. An alumnus of USC, before his time at DoubleLine and TCW he worked at InteCap. 

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