Work History

Work History
Apr 2002 - Dec 2008

Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income

OFI Institutional Asset Management

Managed team of 25 portfolio managers, traders, and analysts responsible for $21 billion in institutional and retail fixed income assets. Founded, implemented, and managed institutional fixed income division of OppenheimerFunds, Inc. Accountable for a P & L with over $100 million in annual revenues. Formulated all portfolio strategies with senior members of the fixed income management team. Achieved first quartile performance for institutional and retail portfolios in six out of seven years. Marketed investment management services to institutional prospects. Achieved first quartile performance for institutional and retail portfolios in six out of seven years.

Aug 1993 - Mar 2002

Executive Director and Portfolio Manager

Morgan Stanley Investment Management (Miller, Anderson & Sherrerd, LLP)

Headed firm wide institutional corporate bond holdings totaling approximately $25 billion. Formulated Core and Core-Plus strategies with co-members of the fixed income management team. Managed various institutional client portfolios. Marketed investment management services to institutional prospects.

Education

Education
Sep 1991 - May 1993

MVA

Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration

I earned my Master of Business Administration from the Harvard Business School, which was founded in 1908 and had developed to the world’s first MBA program. For over a century, the school has reinvented the concept of management, producing innovative leaders who have revolutionized the way business is conducted around the world. In 1922, the school began its doctoral program and also started publishing its Harvard Business Review. Soon after, the school moved to its own campus and implemented the case study method of instruction, which has become a hallmark in business management education. In the 1940s, the Harvard Business School pioneered the field of executive education with its Advanced Management Program. More recently, the school established Harvard Business Publishing and expanded its reach with Global Research Centers in Silicon Valley, Japan, India, Europe, Asia, and Latin America. The Harvard Business School houses a number of important business initiatives, such as the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness. Led by Professor Michael Porter, the Institute looks at the implementation of competition in company strategy. Not focused solely on business competition, the Institute also considers geographic competition and the ways in which it alleviates or worsens social problems. Another initiative is the Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship, founded in 2003 using a donation from venture capitalist Arthur Rock. The Center funds faculty research, fellowships for students, symposia, and conferences, as well as the annual business plan contest. Through its Entrepreneur-in-Residence program, the Center invites established entrepreneurs to spend a semester or two on campus, during which time they provide informed advice to current students and give a number of informal talks. An invaluable resource for graduate students, the program helps individuals develop their careers or perfect their business plans.

Sep 1984 - May 1988

BS

Bentley College

Graduated Cum Laude

Charities

Board Member and Chair of Finance Committee, New Urban Arts, Providence, RI

Summary

A veteran finance executive, Mr. Angelo Manioudakis most recently served as the Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income at OFI Institutional Asset Management, a wholly owned subsidiary of OppenheimerFunds, Inc. In this role, Angelo Manioudakis directed a team of 25 portfolio managers, traders, and analysts in the management of $21 billion in assets. Angelo Manioudakis came to OFI Institutional Asset Management after eight years as the Executive Director and Portfolio Manager of Miller, Anderson & Sherrerd, LLP, a subsidiary of Morgan Stanley Investment Management. While at Miller, Anderson, & Sherrerd, LLP, Angelo Manioudakis managed the firm’s $25 billion institutional corporate bond holdings, formulated Core and Core-Plus strategies with other heads of the fixed income management team and marketed investment management services to prospective institutional clients. Angelo Manioudakis also personally managed the relationships with a number of institutional clients. Angelo Manioudakis began his career in finance with GE Capital Corporation as an Acquisition Analyst. Angelo Manioudakis joined GE Capital Corporation after completing the company’s Financial Management Program. Beyond his professional career, Angelo Manioudakis is active in numerous charitable and philanthropic endeavors. Currently, Angelo Manioudakis serves as a Board Member and Chair of the Finance Committee for New Urban Arts in Providence, Rhode Island. In his spare time, Angelo Manioudakis enjoys fly fishing and wine tasting. Angelo Manioudakis received his MBA from the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Prior to earning his MBA, Angelo Manioudakis acquired his Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Bentley College, graduating Cum Laude.

Interest

Fly fishing, Wine