FIXED INCOME

Flexible. Thoughtful. Connected.

Our teams retain flexibility within a disciplined construct, resulting in individual strategies as well as custom-blended solutions – all within a rigorous risk management framework.

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$70.6bn
Fixed Income Assets Under Management

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114
Fixed Income Investment
Professionals

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18
Average Years’
Experience

As at March 31, 2024

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$70.6bn
Fixed Income Assets Under Management

114
Fixed Income Investment
Professionals

18
Average Years’
Experience

As at March 31, 2024

Investment capabilities benefiting from:

  • A forward-looking approach that looks beyond benchmarks to put investor objectives at its core.
  • Collaborative teams that share and debate ideas globally but retain investment flexibility within a rigorous risk-management framework.
  • A range of actively-managed solutions from core bonds to multi-sector that reflects four decades of addressing clients’ evolving financial needs.

Featured strategies

Core Plus

A flexible core plus fixed income portfolio that leverages a research-driven investment process in seeking to identify the best opportunities across fixed income sectors.

Multi-Sector Credit

Leverages active sector allocation to potentially deliver higher returns than traditional core plus portfolios without a substantial increase in volatility.


Emerging Markets Debt Hard Currency

Seeking to capture market inefficiencies within emerging markets debt to generate alpha over the long-term.


Insights

Tailwinds for Emerging Markets debt

Hard currency EM debt continues to offer investors attractive carry/yield opportunities, although with spreads having tightened, further upside in 2024 will likely be more country specific.

Quick View: April U.S. CPI – positive news for the Fed

April’s CPI report keeps hopes for a summer rate cut alive, but are investors underestimating the rate trajectory through 2026?

The role of U.S. securitized assets in the Global Financial Crisis: Part 3

The final installment in a three-part video series considers how non-mortgage related securitized sectors fared through the GFC and what investors can learn from this period in history.

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