Paul Daggy

Executive Director
Paul Daggy
Executive Director

Paul Daggy

Executive Director



Paul is a senior portfolio manager on the Global Liquidity team. He joined Morgan Stanley in 2008 and has 25 years of investment experience. Prior to joining the firm, Paul was a municipal securities product manager at UBS Financial Services. Previously, he worked for Deutsche Private Bank as a portfolio manager and PaineWebber as a fixed income strategist. Paul is a graduate of Indiana University and earned his M.B.A. from the Stillman School of Business of Seton Hall University.


Frequently Asked Questions
European Money Market Fund Reform: MSLF Euro Liquidity Fund
Feb 13, 2019
The Global Liquidity team answers frequently asked questions pertaining to the MSLF Euro Liquidity Fund and EU MMFR.
Market Outlook
2019 – To Neutral and Beyond?
Dec 20, 2018
As we look ahead to the new year, the key question for liquidity investors is what is the Federal Reserve’s neutral rate.
Market Insights
Market Volatility Continues
Nov 30, 2018
The month of November was another turbulent month in the markets, with continued volatility and uncertainty around future Fed rate hikes and global growth as 2019 approaches.

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