Christine Todd, CFA

President of Standish and Head of the Tax-Sensitive and Insurance Strategies

Christine is President of Standish and Head of the Tax-Sensitive and Insurance Strategies. She manages tax-sensitive fixed income portfolios for larger institutional, insurance and high net worth clients. She joined the company in 1995 from Gannett, Welsh & Kotler, where she was vice president responsible for municipal bond research and trading. Christine has an M.B.A. from Boston University and a B.A. from Georgetown University. Christine is a Trustee for the Dedham Institution for Savings and a rotating member of its Board of Investment, as well as a member of Lahey Health System’s Investment Committee. She is a Trustee of The Fessenden School and part of the Finance Committee at Dedham Country Day School. Christine is also active in alumni affairs for Georgetown University and the Noble & Greenough School. Christine is a mentor at Year Up, which seeks to close the Opportunity Divide for urban youth. She is a member of the Investment Company Institute's Municipal Securities Advisory Committee, Boston Security Analysts Society and the National Federation of Municipal Analysts. Christine holds the CFA® designation and has 26 years of investment experience.

Research & Insights
by Christine Todd, CFA


Municipals and Rising Rates: A Potential Opportunity for Global Fixed Income Investors

Municipals and Rising Rates: A Potential Opportunity for Global Fixed Income Investors


What a Trump Presidency May Mean for US Municipal Bonds

What a Trump Presidency May Mean for US Municipal Bonds


Christine Todd, CFA