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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LMCG's Core Bond and Municipal Bond strategies will both be on the Integrated investment platform.
high yield bond strategies. Both will also be members of the U.S.
In this new role, Portfolio Manager Michael Foggin will help manage international bond strategies on behalf of institutional clients worldwide through Pyramis Global Advisors, as well as Fidelity s mutual fund clients in the U.S., alongside Jamie Stuttard, head of International Bond Portfolio Management.
"Now, clients take longer to get into long-duration bond strategies." The low interest-rate environment explains much of that.
One such market is the Middle East, where we have identified a growing appetite for fixed income investment, and specifically for bond strategies. We are therefore confident of increasing our inflows in this region during the coming year."
This new international alliance will enable Abacus' Dubai-based clients to access Brooks Macdonald's full range of international investment management services - including its discretionary multi-asset and direct equity and bond strategies - which will become central to Abacus' client proposition.
BlueBay Asset Management has appointed Kaspar Hense as new portfolio manager for global sovereign and aggregate bond strategies.
A sampling of unconstrained bond strategies, three-year returns, and standard deviation of return
Fisch Asset Management, a global leader in convertible and corporate bond strategies, has said that GCC countries are likely to continue along a path of further credit rating downgrades, following Fitch's March downgrade of Saudi Arabia's Issuer Default Rating (IDR) from AA- to A+.
"We see sponsors moving to more flexible bond strategies, such as core plus or even unconstrained bond, which can enhance income potential, while alternatives -- the Cythird arrow' of investment planning -- can be employed in seeking to mitigate volatility and provide moderate growth potential."
Second, low yields and credit spreads mean that the risks to traditional index-focused bond strategies have increased.
You'll also discover the growing allure of unconstrained bond strategies in your portfolios.