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PIMCO Low Duration Income: Low Rate Sensitivity, Attractive Income Potential

Looking to lower rate risk without compromising income? Learn how the PIMCO Low Duration Income strategy seeks to maintain low interest rate sensitivity while generating attractive income and preserving capital with Alfred Murata, portfolio manager.

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Esteban Burbano

Fixed Income Strategist


Mr. Burbano is an executive vice president and fixed income strategist in the New York office. He oversees the flexible strategies product team globally, with responsibility across income and dynamic bond strategies. He is also a founding member of PIMCO Juntos and serves on the steering committee. Mr. Burbano joined PIMCO in 2009 as part of the firm's client solutions group, helping institutional and high net worth clients build optimal fixed income and multi-asset portfolios. Prior to joining PIMCO, Mr. Burbano was at Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, focusing on global credit strategies. He has 18 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he also received undergraduate degrees in economics and engineering.