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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Key economic programmes such as Saudi Vision 2030 and projects such as Dubai Expo 2020 will facilitate greater investor interest in potential GCC convertible bond issuers across diverse sectors, said Fisch Asset Management, a global leader in convertible and corporate bond strategies.
New issues for the remainder of 2017 are set to remain high, with estimates in excess of $20 billion, as a result of favourable market conditions, according to Fisch Asset Management, a global leader in convertible and corporate bond strategies.
The role of fixed income in defined contribution plans is becoming more complex because of shifting participant demographics, market and interest rate uncertainties, and the limitations of core bond strategies," Lorie Latham, senior defined contribution strategist, said in a statement.
Total gross bond issuance in the GCC has already surpassed 2016's total value in the first five months of this year, according to Fisch Asset Management, a global leader in convertible and corporate bond strategies.
only proposals for experienced managers of investment grade bond strategies will be considered.
He leads the Core Bond and Short Term Bond Strategies and co-manages the Intermediate Government Bond Strategy, as well as related institutional portfolios as a senior fixed income portfolio manager.
Working through a network of investment consultants and advisors, Breckinridge offers municipal, corporate, government and sustainable bond strategies in customized separate accounts.
Unconstrained absolute return bond strategies aren't closely tied to benchmarks, and managers are better able to contend with current market circumstances.
sponsored CITs, implementing MacKay's Core Plus Bond and Unconstrained Bond strategies.
You can get far more interest-rate exposure to hedge your liabilities with an LDI strategy, and a more efficient return-seeking portfolio by allocating to global credit, high yield, emerging market debt, mortgage bonds, and active absolute-return bond strategies.
The AXA IM SmartBeta Equity strategy is constructed around the same three building blocks as AXA IM's SmartBeta Bond strategies.
Understanding inflation risk may encourage the use of various bond strategies to minimize risk (see Chapter 17) and annuities with increasing payments (see Chapters 9 and 10).