The High Yield team’s approach is centered on the belief that fundamentals and valuations are the best determinants of future returns. The team relies on their 35+ professionals’ deep experience in high yield to help generate competitive risk-adjusted performance. In addition, they leverage an additional proprietary framework when integrating ESG considerations and call upon the resources and expertise of Calvert, a leader in responsible investing. The breadth of the High Yield team’s platform helps ensure there are strategies with risk/return characteristics to meet all client needs.

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Strategies
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 globally diversified portfolio of convertible bonds in an effort to take advantage of their attractive historical risk/return characteristics.  
Invests globally with a focus on U.S. middle market credits and on larger, higher-quality issuers in Europe and in Asia.  
Invests in U.S.-denominated debt issued by corporations and non-government issuers, with a focus on middle market credit.  
 
 

As of 5/31/2022. 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. Not all strategies utilize Calvert's expertise.

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.

 

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