Brad Walker

Brad Walker is co-founder and CEO at Income&, the company behind the PRIMO, a low-risk, high-yield, fixed-income product backed by hard assets. On Income&'s next-generation marketplace, investors can customize and purchase a diversified and fully transparent portfolio of PRIMOs. Before founding Income&, Walker was director of institutional products and strategy for PENSCO Trust Company, an alternative asset custodian with over $10 billion in custodial assets. As director, Walker developed PENSCO’s long-term institutional strategy and established himself as a thought leader on emerging financial technologies. Additionally, Walker managed the design and implementation of PENSCO’s new products and services, many of which have become industry standard. Walker served in increasingly responsible positions in operations, purchasing, and strategy before his promotion to director. Before joining PENSCO, Walker was a research associate at Fisher Investments, a money management firm. Walker graduated from Drake University with a BS in Business Administration.

Recent Articles By The Author

Brexit and Other Macro Risks Send U.S. Treasuries to Record Lows

Brexit and Other Macro Risks Send U.S. Treasuries to Record Lows

Investors who want to make more than 1.5% interest a year on their investments must move to higher-yielding, but almost equally secure alternatives

How to Invest in Residential Real Estate Without Becoming a Landlord

How to Invest in Residential Real Estate Without Becoming a Landlord

REITs, real estate investment partnerships and peer-based platforms each have their advantages.

How Peer-to-Peer Companies Are Transforming the Insurance Sector

How Peer-to-Peer Companies Are Transforming the Insurance Sector

Many think that insurers are ripe for new business models that bring operational efficiency to what is considered bloated and bureaucratic.

Top 4 Alternative Assets Classes for 2016

Top 4 Alternative Assets Classes for 2016

Assets under management in the alternative investment sector are expected to grow globally from $7 trillion to $13 trillion.

'Big Short' Epilogue: The Positive Impact of Regulatory Reform on Wall Street

'Big Short' Epilogue: The Positive Impact of Regulatory Reform on Wall Street

Reforms adopted in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis have improved oversight of the financial services industry.