Seeks excess returns through country, maturity, and currency selection across hard currency and local currency markets. While the strategy includes local currency investments, it takes no beta to local currency debt, engages in no overall duration or spread timing, and targets a beta of one to its hard currency benchmark.
Seeks excess returns through country, maturity, credit, and currency selection. The strategy targets the credit and duration profile of the benchmark and so does not seek to engage in duration timing or sector selection.
This strategy seeks excess returns through country, maturity, and currency selection. It engages in minimal duration timing.
Investment themes in this strategy are primarily expressed by within-industry security selection. It does not seek to engage in duration or credit timing.
Seeks to outperform a core or long duration corporate benchmark. Our investment themes are primarily expressed by within-industry security selection. The strategy does not seek to engage in duration or credit timing.
A cash-benchmarked bond strategy that seeks to deliver positive absolute returns with low correlation to traditional market betas. The strategy primarily utilizes a broad suite of relative value fixed income sub-strategies spanning interest rates, credit, and foreign exchange markets. It also includes a small, dynamic, and diversified allocation to fixed income market risks such as duration, credit, and securitized exposures.
Strategy that seeks excess returns through country, maturity, credit, and currency selection. Out-of-benchmark sectors are strictly used to increase security selection breadth, while still targeting the credit and duration profile of the benchmark, and so does not seek to engage in duration timing or sector selection.
There are a number of different types of income-producing funds, each with its own characteristics and level of risk.
These funds typically invest in money market instruments and forward currency contracts denominated in the currencies of foreign countries. In addition to carrying credit risk, these funds carry currency fluctuation risk.
We take a long-term view for all we do, from the people we hire, to the markets we enter, to the solutions we offer and to the investment decisions we make.
We believe global fixed income markets are inefficient. In our view, the best way to seek to exploit these inefficiencies is through a sector-by-sector research-oriented approach, which is integrated globally. We offer investors a wide range of strategies covering benchmark-aware and unconstrained to tailor portfolios that seek to meet a diverse set of client needs.
Fixed income investments offer long-term stability while generating higher returns than a traditional savings account. This makes them ideal for retirement accounts, short-term savings and as a diversification tool in any portfolio.
Fixed income investment products are an important part of many portfolios. Their opportunities for use are diverse and can help investors by: