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Allison Boxer


Ms. Boxer is a senior vice president and economist in the New York office, focusing on the U.S. and Canada. She helps craft the firm’s economic and monetary policy outlook and contributes to quarterly economic forums. She is also a member of the research group of PIMCO’s Americas portfolio committee. She has nine years of investment experience and holds an undergraduate degree in economics from Tufts University.
Allison Boxer

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