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Carly Wilson

Vice Chair & Secretary

BlackRock

Carly Wilson, Managing Director, is lead portfolio manager for the platform’s bank loan strategies and portfolio manager for global long/short credit strategies.

Since joining BlackRock in 2009, Ms. Wilson’s investment experience has focused on both single name and sector selection within Credit, as well as fund-level risk management. Her bank loan experience spans mandate types, including daily liquidity mutual funds, semi-liquid offshore funds, CLOs and separate accounts managed on behalf of a global client base with bespoke needs. On behalf of the platform’s Global Long/Short Credit Fund, Ms. Wilson focuses on asset allocation and cross-market relative value, as well as single name alpha generation.

Ms. Wilson is currently on the Board of Directors of the Loan Syndications & Trading Association (LSTA) and the Board of the Women’s Bond Club.

Prior to her current role, Ms. Wilson worked at multi-strategy hedge fund R3 Capital where she focused on credit research and portfolio management. Previously, she worked at Lehman Brothers in Global Principal Strategies as part of the capital structure arbitrage investment team. Ms. Wilson began her career in equity trading at Lehman Brothers.

Ms. Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

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