The Investment Grade team believes great ideas can come from anywhere. This means that every investment decision is rigorously debated so that all conditions, assumptions and conclusions are thoroughly considered. 

Enabled by a global team of experts, their approach reflects a fully active, long-term value driven style, seeking opportunities across the full global opportunity set to maximize returns. The team is driven by a combination of rigorous top-down, bottom-up, and
ESG-integrated research in order to navigate risk and identify opportunity.

Meet The Team

Invests in a globally diversified portfolio of high-quality, investment-grade credit from European 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 multi-currency debt issued by corporations and non-government issuers.  
Invests in a concentrated portfolio of high quality fixed income securities issued globally by corporations and non-governmental agencies.  
Invests primarily in sterling-denominated debt and non-gilt fixed income securities issued by corporations and non-government related issuers.  
Invests in a diversified portfolio of high-quality, investment-grade credit from U.S. issuers.  

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.

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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