Multi-Asset Credit

Our multi-asset strategies blend different sub-asset classes of corporate credit, seeking to optimise clients’ risk/return profiles, underpinned by a strong capital preservation mindset. These strategies include tactical programmes, which aim to increase or decrease risk exposure depending on the market environment, and more illiquid programmes that combine public and private credit instruments into a single portfolio.

Our Advantage

  • Dynamic and Flexible Approach – across the fixed income universe and in different instruments in the corporate capital structure
  • Utilizes Global Resources – with regular input from the Asset Allocation Group which shapes top-down and bottom-up views
  • Ability to Combine Liquid/Illiquid Credit – leveraging our research and portfolio management teams in public and private markets

 

Capital at risk. The value of investments and the income from them may fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. Investors may not get back the full amount invested. Past performance is not an indication of current or future performance.

Illiquidity Risk:  Illiquidity occurs when a security or other asset that cannot easily and/or quickly sold or exchanged for cash without a substantial loss in value. As a result, investments may be illiquid and there can be no assurance that investments can be bought or sold.

“We take a collaborative approach in our multi-asset strategies, utilizing the deep credit expertise of our global investment team with the dual purpose of generating yield while preserving capital”

Mike McEachern, Co-Head of Public Markets, Portfolio Manager

Photo of Mike McEachern, Co-Head of Public Markets, Portfolio Manager

Insights

hour-glass2.JPG

Jan 31, 2023

5 Reasons to Consider Short Duration Credit

The potential for higher yields and protection from volatility make a compelling case for short duration bonds

compass.2.jpg

Jan 17, 2023

A New Reality

In our somber-minded daily world of earning a living we occasionally wander into a dreamworld of a living earned for us.

Outlook-2023.jpg

Jan 03, 2023

Muzinich & Co. 2023 Outlook - Income is Back

Given significant moves in 2022, we believe credit markets offer attractive carry, and we expect the excess return outlook to be positive in 2023.

Read More Insights