Bond Strategy

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Bond Strategy

Basic standards and beliefs guiding one's bond positions. Factors influencing one's bond strategy include risk tolerance, investment goals and personal beliefs about what guides the bond market. Bond strategies may vary greatly from each other. For example, a risk averse investor may buy government bonds, while a risk lover may prefer junk bonds from start-ups.
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NYSE: EV), today announced that it has completed the acquisition of the Tax Advantaged Bond Strategies (TABS) business of M.
Leduc has 23 years of investment experience, and has been working at Standish since 1995, most recently as Managing Director of Global Fixed Income and Senior Portfolio Manager responsible for overseeing the management of all non-US and global bond strategies.
Corporate bond strategies had attracted a significant amount of assets in the quarters leading up to Q3, but total assets in these funds dropped 15.
Unlike traditional stock and bond strategies, absolute return funds benchmark performance primarily against short-term cash instruments and expect to provide returns over the long term that are substantially independent of market movements.
NYSE: EV), today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Tax Advantaged Bond Strategies (TABS) business of M.
office of this Japan-based firm, he raised over $3 billion by selling global and domestic equity and bond strategies to the institutional investment sector.
Based in Boston, Merganser offers cash enhancement, short-term bond, intermediate bond and core bond strategies, as well as customized product portfolios.
Eaton Vance is one of the largest managers of municipal income and tax-advantaged bond strategies in the United States, with assets under management of $26.
The three firms will be CalSTRS fiduciaries and have discretionary authority over CalSTRS assets with investment mandates focusing on core plus and high yield bond strategies.
The general trend over the last six months has been for institutions to increase their exposure to indexing and longer-duration bond strategies, according to Mark Keleher, chief executive officer of MTM.
This structure enabled State Street Global Advisors to provide its institutional clients with customizable fixed income solutions, often including the use of both passive and active bond strategies for a single client.