Global Fixed Income Team
Capabilities: Fixed Income
Global Fixed Income Team
Capabilities: Fixed Income

Global Fixed Income Team

Capability: Fixed Income

 
 
Summary

The Global Fixed Income team follows a process that is seamless and global in its outlook. As value managers, they seek to identify and capture the potential value in situations where the market's implied forecasts are extreme. The team's approach combines their top-down macro and asset allocation views with rigorous bottom-up fundamental and quantitative analysis to guide their active management decisions. It is designed to produce a consistent approach that is capable of reacting quickly to changing market conditions.

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We believe that in the long run value prevails and research wins.

 
 
 
Portfolio Managers
Chief Investment Officer of Global Fixed Income
29 years industry experience
Managing Director
23 years industry experience
Vice President
8 years industry experience
Managing Director
25 years industry experience
Managing Director
17 years industry experience
Executive Director
23 years industry experience
Managing Director
25 years industry experience
Managing Director
25 years industry experience
Managing Director
20 years industry experience
Executive Director
21 years industry experience
Managing Director
34 years industry experience
Managing Director
22 years industry experience
Executive Director
15 years industry experience
Managing Director
30 years industry experience
Managing Director
32 years industry experience
Executive Director
13 years industry experience
Managing Director
19 years industry experience
 
 
Strategies
Provides access to a broad spectrum of Asian ex-Japan fixed income investments, seeking to identify the best investment ideas within each market segment.  
Invests in a mix of U.S. denominated investment-grade securities, particularly U.S. government, corporate and securitized assets.  
Invests in U.S. denominated investment-grade securities (government, corporate, and securitized) and may invest opportunistically in non-investment-grade and non-U.S. bonds and currencies.  
Invests across the credit spectrum of emerging market corporate issuers, seeking to identify undervalued emerging markets corporate debt securities.  
Invests in a range of sovereign, quasi-sovereign and corporate debt securities from emerging markets denominated in emerging market and/or non-U.S. currencies.  
Invests in a mix of sovereign, quasi-sovereign and corporate debt securities from emerging markets, primarily denominated in U.S. dollars.  
Provides access to the full spectrum of emerging markets fixed income with exposure to external, domestic and corporate debt.  
Invests in a diversified portfolio of government, corporate and non-government debt denominated in euros.  
Invests in a diversified portfolio of government, corporate and non-government debt denominated in euro and non-euro currencies.  
Invests in a globally diversified portfolio of high-quality, investment-grade credit from European issuers.  
Invests in high-yielding fixed income securities, primarily euro-denominated corporate debt that offers yields above that generally available on investment-grade debt.  
Invests in a diversified portfolio of high-quality, euro-denominated, short-dated, investment-grade credits to manage duration exposure.  
Invests in a globally diversified portfolio of multi-currency debt issued by government and non-government issuers.  
Invests in a globally diversified portfolio of debt issued in several currencies by corporations and non-government issuers seeking attractive total returns from income and price appreciation.  
Invests in a globally diversified portfolio of convertible bonds in an effort to take advantage of their attractive historical risk/return characteristics.  
Invests in a globally diversified portfolio of multi-currency debt issued by corporations and non-government issuers.  
Invests in a diversified global portfolio across the full spectrum of fixed income with the goal of a high level of current income.  
Invests globally with a focus on U.S. middle market credits and on larger, higher-quality issuers in Europe and in Asia.  
Invests in a concentrated portfolio of high quality fixed income securities issued globally by corporations and non-governmental agencies.  
Invests in a portfolio of mortgages and securitized debt instruments issued by government agencies and private institutions.  
Seeks a high level of income through value-oriented investing in U.S. government securities.  
Invests primarily in sterling-denominated debt and non-gilt fixed income securities issued by corporations and non-government related issuers.  
Invests using an unconstrained approach across the fixed income spectrum with the goal of constructing a portfolio less sensitive to interest rates movements and able to capture positive returns across environments.  
Invests in U.S.-denominated debt issued by corporations and non-government issuers, with a focus on middle market credit.  
Invests in a diversified portfolio of high-quality, investment-grade credit from U.S. issuers.  
Invests in U.S. government, corporate bonds, asset-backed and mortgage-backed securities with maturities less than five years.  
Invests in U.S. government and investment-grade corporate debt securities with at least 10 years to maturity.  
Invests in a diversified portfolio of mortgage- related securities with the goal of a high level of current income.  
Invests primarily in U.S. government securities and investment-grade corporate bonds with maturities less than three years.  
 
 

As of 2/29/2016. Team information may change from time to time.

There are important differences in how the strategy is carried out in each of the investment vehicles.

All investing involves risks, including a loss of principal. 

Please refer to the strategy detail page for important information on the strategy, including additional risk considerations.

 

Please be aware that liquidity instruments may be subject to certain additional risks. Fixed-income securities are subject to the ability of an issuer to make timely principal and interest payments (credit risk), changes in interest rates (interest-rate risk), the creditworthiness of the issuer and general market liquidity (market risk). In a rising interest-rate environment, bond prices may fall. In a declining interest-rate environment, the portfolio may generate less income.

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