Fixed Income Future Leaders USA 2017

May 16-May 18, 2017

Westin Copley Place - Boston

44 (0)207 368 9330

Joseph Casteluccio

President of Capital Markets and Head of Trading
CG Capital Markets

Mr. Castelluccio has over 40 years of Wall Street experience. His Wall Street career began in the OTC market place but that was short lived when he was introduced to the fixed income markets and he never looked back. He is currently President of Capital Markets and Head of Trading at CG Capital Markets in NYC. CG Capital Markets also has offices in Boca Raton Fla. and Red Bank N.J. Mr. Castelluccio specializes in creating and trading bonds linked to the yield curve, various indices , equities, currencies and commodities. He focuses on investor solutions, portfolio allocations and markets strategies. Prior to joining CG Capital Markets, Mr. Castelluccio was Managing Director and co-head of the fixed income group at PrinceRidge LLCPrior to joining PrinceRidge LLC Mr. Castelluccio was Senior Vice President of Fixed Income Sales and Trading at Inter-Capital Securities with trading responsibility for middle market institutional accounts. Before joining Inter-Capital, Mr. Castelluccio spent the majority of his career at Prudential Securities, most recently as Senior Vice President of corporate bond trading where he managed the corporate bond trading desk for the firm’s retail and institutional accounts. Mr. Castelluccio is a former president (1984-1985) of the Corporate Bond Traders Club of New York. He recently published “ The Investor’s Survival Guide” a basic training for all investors. He is a graduate of the College of Staten Island in NYC and is a proud veteran of the United States Marine Corps.



Day 1- Wednesday May 17th 2017

14:40 PM Oxford Style Debate: True or false- Now is the time for new fiscal policy as monetary policy will no longer stimulate the economy

  • How are central banking policies dictating fixed income performance and how can you best manage this dynamic?
  • The ineffectiveness of central banking policies- Have central banking policies not had the desired impact to improve the economy?
  • How low can you go- Are rates set to drop further or is the only way up from here?
  • Do the central banks have anywhere else to turn with banking policies or is fiscal stimulus the only way forward now?
  • Currency markets in 2017 and beyond- Would fiscal policy provide the US economy with the boost it needs?