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.

“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

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Insights

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Jul 20, 2022

Time to Allocate to Credit?

Following a difficult first half for credit markets, we believe it may be worthwhile adding credit to portfolios, especially US high yield credit.

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Jul 15, 2021

Navigating the Transitions Created by Monetary, Fiscal and Responsible Investing Policies

As we move into the second half of the year, and as the global pandemic appears to be petering out.

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Mar 11, 2021

Q&A with Mike McEachern - March 2021

With the recent rise in rates and fears for a long-term move higher in inflation, how are you positioning your multi-asset credit strategies?

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