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Fixed income investing

Finding bond market opportunities

We add value by diligently seeking out fixed income market inefficiencies by actively managing securities, across sectors, and positioning along the yield curve. We continuously monitor, manage and justify the investments and risks in client portfolios.

Fixed Income Strategies

For institutional investors

Core Fixed Income strategy

Typical duration of 3.5-5.5 years. Strategy focused primarily on investment grade debt securities.

Ultra Short Duration strategy

Typical duration of 1 year. Strategy focused primarily on investment grade debt securities.

Short Duration strategy

Typical duration of 1-3 years. Strategy focused primarily on investment grade debt securities.

Long Duration strategy

Typical duration of 9.5-16 years. Strategy focused primarily on investment grade debt securities.

Strategic Credit Income strategy

Flexible multi-sector approach that invests in securities across fixed income sectors, industries, and credit rating categories.

Find out more about our fixed income expertise.

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The Fixed Income team

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Tom Houghton, CFA

Senior Vice President & Lead Portfolio Manager

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Dan Henken, CFA

Vice President & Portfolio Manager

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Lena Harhaj, CFA

Investment Officer & Portfolio Manager

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