John E. Bowen

Cantor Fitzgerald & Co., retired

John Bowen retired from the Atlanta office of Cantor Fitzgerald in September 2018. Cantor Fitzgerald is one of 23 primary dealers authorized to trade U.S. government securities with the Federal Reserve Bank. John worked for 35 years in the capital markets helping institutional investors develop strategies to increase the risk-adjusted returns of their fixed income portfolios. Prior to joining Cantor Fitzgerald in 2005, John worked for Legg Mason Wood Walker and Wachovia Bank in Atlanta. John began his career at Ernst & Young working for eight years in the Baltimore office. An author, John has written three investment management books and taught asset liability management at the American Bankers Association’s Stonier Graduate School of Banking from 1996 to 2000. John received his undergraduate degree in Accounting from Bowling Green State University in 1974. He played on the varsity lacrosse team for 4 years.

Author, “Managing the Investment Portfolio,” The Handbook of Asset and Liability Management, Frank J. Fabozzi & Atsuo Konishi, published by Irwin Publishing, Burr Ridge, IL, 1996.

Author, Mark-to-Market: Managing The Bank Portfolio Under FASB #115, book published by Probus Publishing, Chicago, 1994.

Author, Investing in Mortgage Securities, Risks and Rewards for Banks, book published by Bank Administration Institute, Chicago, 1989.

Instructor, Stonier Graduate School of Banking, 1996 to 2000. ABA BankExec™ bank management computer simulation making key decisions on product pricing, risk management, investments, asset sales, and treasury management in a competitive “tournament” with fellow students.

FINRA No. 7, 24, 52, 53 and 63.
Certified Public Accountant, 1974.