Unconstrained Bond Funds – Bad Idea or Good Idea Poorly Executed? – Voya Investment Management – 12.6.18

Summary:

Now On Demand.

Much fanfare greeted the launch of the Nontraditional Bond Fund category. However the performance experience disappointed many investors. Was the launch of the asset class a bad idea or a good idea poorly executed?

This webcast will:

  • Re-visit what drove interest in Unconstrained Fixed Income strategies
  • Explore the dynamics of the Nontraditional Bond Fund category
  • Analyze key attributes of top quartile managers
  • Discuss the lessons learned to increase the likelihood of success when using the strategy in client portfolios

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Speaker:

Chris Wilson, CFA
Senior Client Portfolio Manager
Voya Investment Management

Years of investment experience: 28

Chris Wilson is a fixed income client portfolio manager at Voya Investment Management and head of the fixed income client portfolio management team. Prior to joining the firm, Chris was head of the North America fixed income client portfolio manager team for AllianceBernstein. Chris began his career and served in multiple roles at AllianceBernstein including fixed income portfolio manager, currency trader, quantitative analyst and head of fixed income product management. Chris received his BS in mathematics/management from LeMoyne College. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.

Overview:

Title: Unconstrained Bond Funds – Bad Idea or Good Idea Poorly Executed?
Date: Thursday, December 6, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour

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