Daniel Siluk is a Portfolio Manager at Kapstream Capital, a subsidiary of Janus Henderson Investors, which acquired Kapstream in 2015. He is responsible for co-managing the Absolute Return Income and Absolute Return Income Plus strategies. Prior to joining Kapstream in 2009, he served as manager of investment analytics at Challenger, a position he held from 2007 to 2009. While there, he provided attribution and risk metrics for the firm’s internal funds management business as well as their boutique partnerships, which included Kapstream. Before Challenger, he spent four years in London, where he implemented and tested attribution and risk systems for Insight Investment, the funds management arm of Halifax Bank of Scotland, and Northern Trust.
Daniel received a bachelor of applied finance degree from Macquarie University. He has 19 years of financial industry experience.
On the future path of rates: Pause does not equal pivot
While the pace of rate increases may slow in coming months, the Federal Reserve’s objective of achieving price stability is far from over.
Global Perspectives: Short duration takes the spotlight in fixed income
A discussion on how investors can navigate the short-duration opportunity set within fixed income.
Shorter-dated bonds return to their roots
With macro uncertainty abundant, shorter-duration bonds offer investors a potential respite from elevated volatility.
Absolute Return Fixed Income: The bumpy return of duration risk
Facing structurally higher interest rates, bond investors must again prioritize duration risk.
When the rising tide that lifts all boats subsides
This year’s bond market selloff exposed the risks embedded in relative-return strategies tethered to market cap-weighted benchmarks.
Caution Merited in an Increasingly Uncertain Market
Bond investors should exercise caution as accelerating inflation has increased the risk of policy error.
Taking cues from a “methodical” Fed
With valuations high and the global economy reopening, fixed income portfolio managers Dan Siluk and Jason England argue that investors should take a methodical approach in assessing what is next for the bond market.