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John Hollyer

John is the global head of Vanguard Fixed Income Group. This group is responsible for portfolio management of Vanguard’s actively managed bond, money market, and bond index portfolios, which are internally managed. He is also the chair of the senior investment strategy team for Vanguard’s actively managed fixed income portfolios and a member of Vanguard’s Global Investment Committee. Previously, John served as head of the Risk Management Group, which focuses on global investment and operational risk issues for Vanguard Investment Management Group. He also served as portfolio manager for a number of Vanguard’s bond and money market funds. John has nearly 30 years of investment management experience. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst charterholder and has a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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