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A View from Washington: The Election + Life After COVID

Libby Cantrill is a managing director and head of public policy for PIMCO. In her role, she coordinates the firm’s response to public policy issues and analyzes policy and political risk for the Investment Committee. She is a frequent contributor on CNBC and Bloomberg. Libby will provide PIMCO’s outlook for the 2020 election, expectations for the policymaking environment in a post-COVID world, and importantly, the potential impact of politics on investment portfolios and the economy. 

Speaker Bio

Libby Cantrill, CFA

Ms. Cantrill is a managing director and the head of public policy for PIMCO. In her role, she helps to coordinate the firm’s response to public policy issues and analyzes policy and political risk for the firm’s Investment Committee. She is also a member of the firm’s Americas Portfolio Committee. Additionally, she is the co-head of PIMCO’s New York Office and is a founding member of PIMCO Parents and PIMCO Women. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2007, she served as a legislative aide in the House of Representatives and also worked in the investment banking division at Morgan Stanley. She has 15 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and received her undergraduate degree in economics from Brown University. Ms. Cantrill is a CFA charterholder and a regular contributor to Bloomberg and CNBC. She is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

COVID-19 UPDATE

At CFA Society North Carolina, our top priority is always the health and safety of our employees, members, candidates, and stakeholders for the areas we serve.


The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak remains a very fluid situation, and please be assured that we are monitoring the effects to health, safety, and travel mobility.  We seek to make decisions that: prioritize the health and safety of everyone involved; are informed by data; are fair and equitable in their treatment of all concerned parties; and that are viable and sustainable. We understand that this remains a stressful and trying situation, and we ask for your understanding as we seek to make decisions in a timely and well-informed manner.