Metuchen, Florida (PressExposure) February 25, 2012 -- The rise of Josh Gonze in the financial circuit has been a befitting example of hard work and persistence that has not only benefitted the organizations he has worked for but also for people who have been directly or indirectly associated with Josh Gonze or the organizations he has worked for in the past or present.
At present Josh has been rendering his services to Thornburg Investment Management as a Managing Director and co-portfolio manager for Thornburg Municipal Bond Funds. The rich experience in the financial sector that has been gained by Josh in the past is being put to use as he is responsible for the credit analysis for new bond transactions, monitoring credit quality within portfolios is yet another function that is performed by Josh. Apart from this Josh has is actively involved with evaluation of sector-wide credit trends.
The scope of Josh Gonze's activities includes analysis of industry, business and financial risk. This includes the calculation of financial and operating ratios. He also assists in trading bonds for both the mutual funds and private accounts. The rise of Josh Gonze in Thornburg Investment Management can be traced back to 1999 this was the year when he joined Thornburg Investment Management. Josh was named Managing Director in 2003 and was promoted to co-manager in 2007.
The excellent track record of Josh Gonze can be traced back to the times when he was employed with Standard & Poor's where he served as an associate director and set credit ratings for corporate bonds. Josh has brought along with him the power of market intelligence garnered at Standard & Poor's that strives to provide its investors all the information and tips and needed to invest money.
Josh holds a bachelors degree in economics from Oberlin College and has a Master's degree in Business Administration with a specialization in finance from the New York University School of Business. Apart from his endeavors in the financial sector Josh is an avid writer and has a book titled The Streets of Santa Fe to his credit.