After spending thirty years in a variety of leadership positions on the municipal fixed income buy-side, including group head, portfolio management, credit and quantitative research, and strategy, Mr Winterstein joined MarketAxess in March 2019 as head of municipal fixed income. In his current position, he is responsible for municipal dealer and institutional client sales and trading at the world’s largest electronic fixed income trading firm. In that role, Mr Winterstein also contributes to both product development and technological enhancements for municipal bond trading at MarketAxess. He is integrally involved in every aspect of the municipal fixed income business at MarketAxess. Prior to joining MarketAxess, he was managing director and head of municipal strategy and research at Wilmington Trust Investment Advisors, Inc., and managing director and head of municipal fixed income at PNC Capital Advisors, LLC. Among his several industry contributions, Mr Winterstein is an active member of the Advisory Committee for the Brookings Institution’s Hutchins Center on Fiscal and Monetary Policy Annual Municipal Finance Conference; a current member of the Board of Directors of the Municipal Bond Club of New York; a former member of the MSRB’s Retail Investment Advisory Group; a former chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee of Municipal Bonds for America; a former member of the Board of Directors of the Municipal Analysts Group of New York; a former member of the Board of Directors of the National Federation of Municipal Analysts; and co-founder and past president of the Philadelphia Area Municipal Analyst Society. He holds a BA in economics from Millersville University and an MBA from Lehigh University. Among his other accomplishments, Mr Winterstein was elected to SMITH’s Research & Gradings Municipal All-Star Team in the category of Municipal Strategist.
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