John Majoros is Co-Head of Wasmer Schroeder Taxable Bond Strategies and a Senior Portfolio Manager supporting the Wasmer Schroeder Strategies at Schwab Asset Management.
Previously, Mr. Majoros was a managing director and the director of taxable bond portfolio management at Wasmer Schroeder (WS), where he oversaw all of the firm’s taxable strategies. Prior to WS, he was a principal of GLC Capital Management LLC (GLC) when WS decided to invest in GLC. The two firms merged in January 2008. Before GLC, Mr. Majoros served as first vice president of McDonald & Company Securities, Inc., responsible for advising large institutional US and international clients on the purchase and sale of corporate, government, and mortgage-backed securities. Before McDonald & Company, he was in institutional fixed income sales for the Smith Barney unit of Travelers Corporation, now Citigroup Global Markets. At Smith Barney, Mr. Majoros specialized in covering total return-oriented accounts and also served as a financial analyst in the Office of the Chairman of Smith Barney. As a financial analyst, he was responsible for analyzing internal operations and potential business acquisitions, divestitures, and combinations at the direction of the firm’s senior management. Additionally, Mr. Majoros was the assistant treasurer for the Bank of New York where he evaluated the financial condition of several correspondent branch operations, as well as real estate-related matters.
Mr. Majoros earned a Master of Business Administration in finance from Fordham University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance from Cleveland State University.