Kevin J. Maloney

Kevin J. Maloney

Graduated from Trinity College in 1979 with a Bachelors Degree in Economics. Graduated from Washington University, St. Louis with a Masters and Ph.D. in Economics with fields in Monetary Theory and Finance. Masters Degree granted in 1981. Ph.D. granted in 1983.

Assistant Professor, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College, 1983-1987.
Visiting Assistant Professor, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania, 1987-1988.
Associate Professor, Tuck School of Business, 1988-1995, granted tenure in 1990.
Taught courses in Macroeconomics, Debt Markets and Derivatives.

Managing Director, Putnam Investments, 1995-2003. Head of Fixed Income Quantitative Research, 1995-1998. Head of Financial Engineering, 1998-2002. Head of Product Design, 2002-2003.

Managing Director, Gottex Fund Management, Head of Research, 2003-2009.
Head of Risk Management, Gottex Fund Management, 2009-2012
Senior Managing Director, Chief Investment Officer, Gottex Fund Management, 2012-2016.

Board of Trustees, Trinity College, 2011-Present, Vice Chair of the Board. Chair of Academic and Campus Affairs Committee, Member of Executive Committee, Governance Committee, Finance Committee and Investment Committee.
Board of Directors, Gottex Fund Management, 2012-2018.

Ph D, Washington University

MA, Washington University

BA, Trinity College

Maloney, K. J.,Ascioglu, N., From stock selection to multi-asset investment management: the evolution of a student-managed fund, Managerial Finance, Emerald Insight, 2019.

Maloney, K. J., Applying Risk Management Tools to Fixed Income Portfolio Management, AIMR Conference Proceedings, 2002.

Maloney, K. J., An Equilibrium Debt Option Pricing Model in Discrete Time, Journal of Banking and Finance, 1989.

Maloney, K. J.,Logue, D., Neglected Complexities in Structured Bond Portfolios, Journal of Portfolio Management, 1989.

Maloney, K. J.,Rogalski, R. J., Option Pricing and the Turn of the Year, Journal of Business, 1989.

Maloney, K. J., What's "Passive" About a Structured Bond Portfolio, Investment Management Review, 1986.

Maloney, K. J.,Yawitz, J. B., Interest Rate Risk, Immunization, and Duration, Journal of Portfolio Management, 1986.

Maloney, K. J.,Selling, T. I., Simplifying Tax Simplification, Financial Management, 1985.

Maloney, K. J.,Yawitz, J. B.,Ederington, L. H., Taxes, Default Risk, and Yield Spreads, Journal of Finance, 1985.

Maloney, K. J.,Yawitz, J. B., Evaluating Original Issue Discount Bonds: Term Structure and Tax Effects, Financial Management, 1984.

Maloney, K. J.,Meyer, L. H.,Smirlock, M. L., A Comparison of Small Income-Expenditure and Monetarist Models, , 1983.

Maloney, K. J.,Yawitz, J. B.,Marshall, W. J., The Effect of Risk on the Firm's Optimal Capital Stock: A Note, Journal of Finance, 1983.

Maloney, K. J.,Yawitz, J. B.,Marshall, W. J., The Term Structure of Interest Rates and Callable Bond Yield Spreads, Journal of Portfolio Management, 1983.

Maloney, K. J.,Yawitz, J. B., Hedging with Financial Futures, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 1982.

Maloney, K. J.,Smirlock, M. L., Business Cycles and the Political Process, , 1981.

Merit Award following the 2018-19 Academic Year, 2019

Fixed Income, Derivatives, Portfolio Management

Fixed Income, Derivatives, Alternative Investments