Tim Winstone, CFA
Tim Winstone is a Corporate Credit Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since joining Henderson in 2015. Tim co-manages the European Investment Grade, Global Investment Grade, European High Yield, Global High Yield and Global Responsible Managed strategies. Prior to Henderson, he was an executive director, senior fixed income portfolio manager and part of the global credit team at UBS Global Asset Management. He began his career as a portfolio assistant at Thesis Asset Management and has worked in global credit since 2004.
Tim earned a BSc degree (Hons) in mathematics from the University of Bristol. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and the Investment Management Certificate and passed the Regulation and Compliance unit of the CISI Diploma. He has 20 years of financial industry experience.
Soft or hard landing: does it matter for investment grade bonds?
Does an economic soft or hard landing matter for investment grade bonds?
Playing Europe’s divergence
High quality investment grade credit may be an avenue for investors to navigate the global economic uncertainty, but regional nuances may emerge.
Reshaping UK and European credit: the corporate bond unwind
As central banks in Europe shrink their balance sheets, we consider the uneven impact across sectors of their stepping back from credit markets.
An opportunity from dispersion in Europe?
While the ECB is focused on gradually pressing the brakes to tame inflation, its exit from quantitative easing will continue to shape credit markets and create opportunities and risks for investors.
Upwardly mobile: credit’s quest for glory
Fixed income portfolio managers Tom Ross and Tim Winstone explore how a drive to improve among corporate borrowers can have winning results for both companies and investors.
Potential opportunities in legacy debt
Tim Winstone, corporate credit portfolio manager, considers the potential opportunities created by the approach of a key European Union regulatory deadline for legacy debt at banks.