Core Fixed Income

Our Core Fixed Income strategy seeks to produce risk adjusted long-term total returns above the broad bond market by investing in a core of high quality U.S. fixed income securities across the government, corporate and structured markets. In seeking to exploit inefficiencies in fixed income securities exposed to credit, prepayment and liquidity risks, the Investment team focuses on: optimal security selection; targeting duration-neutral portfolios; and constructing portfolios with attractive risk/reward characteristics.

Assets Under Management:
$1,376.3 million1
Portfolio Managers:

Andrew Kronschnabel, CFA
Alfio Leone, IV, CFA
Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index2
Inception Date:
October 1, 2000
Available Vehicles:

Separately Managed Accounts

1 Represents total assets included in the Core Fixed Income (“Core FI”) strategy. Based on unaudited estimates and subject to change.

The performance benchmark for the Core Fixed Income (“Core FI”) composite is the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Bond Index, which is a broad based index that measures the investment grade, U.S. dollar denominated, fixed rate, taxable bond market. The benchmark does not reflect holdings in all sectors targeted by the Core strategy. Please see additional Performance Disclosures in the Performance section.

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Non-Index Structures include:

  • Capital Securities (Hybrids, Preferreds, Tier 1, Convertibles)
  • Non-Agency MBS
  • U.S. Government and Government Agencies excluded

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