Brett S. Goldstein, CFA
Co-Chief Investment Officer, Global Asset Allocation
Mr. Goldstein is Co-Chief Investment Officer, Global Asset Allocation (GAA), and a member of Putnam's Operating Committee. In his role as Co-CIO of GAA, he directs the overall strategy and positioning of Putnam's GAA products. He is responsible for the research and implementation of risk and portfolio construction methods across GAA products. In addition, Mr. Goldstein works extensively with retirement glide path research and GAA target-date funds. His work also contributes to Putnam's Capital Markets Outlook. Mr. Goldstein has been in the investment industry since he joined Putnam in 2010.
Mr. Goldstein is a portfolio manager of Putnam Dynamic Asset Allocation Funds (Growth, Balanced, and Conservative); Putnam Multi-Asset Income Fund; Putnam Multi-Asset Model Portfolios; Putnam Retirement Advantage Funds; Putnam Sustainable Retirement Funds; and Putnam 529 for America. Previously at Putnam, he was a Portfolio Manager, an Analyst, and an Investment Associate in the GAA group.
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