The KCL Business Club and King's Business School were delighted to welcome Investor Alberto Gallo, Portfolio Manager for the Algebris Macro Credit Fund and Head of Macro Strategies at Algebris Investments, to Bush House recently for an amazing talk on the future of markets, monetary policy and how to fix our financial system. For everyone that couldn't attend the event, or who would like to watch it again, here is the video of the entire talk, including the presentation. Alternatively, listen to the audio podcast of the seminar below.
About Alberto Gallo:
Alberto Gallo is a London-based fund manager at Algebris Investments, the financials-focused investment boutique with $12bn in assets under management. He runs a $1bn macro fund investing in global bonds and equities. Prior to becoming an investor, Mr. Gallo has covered a number of research positions at Merrill Lynch, Bear Stearns, Goldman Sachs and RBS, where he was Head of Global Macro Credit Research prior to joining Algebris. He is a member of external expert panels at the ECB and ESMA, and a frequent contributor on the Financial Times and the World Economic Forum, as well as a regular guest on Bloomberg. Mr Gallo holds a MSc in Economics cum laude from Bocconi University, where he is a guest lecturer, and is a CFA charterholder. Prior to that, he served in the navy at the "F. Morosini" naval college.