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Be flexible and focus on higher yielding assets for a given level of duration
Beset by ultra-low rates, many investors are questioning the value of maintaining allocations to traditional fixed income instruments. Against this backdrop, Peter Doherty offers insight into how active, non-traditional fixed income strategies offer the ability to deliver secure, positive real returns over the medium term, even in the event of modest interest rate increases.
In an exciting enhancement to its product range, Sanlam Investments has been appointed as Investment Manager to the Tideway UCITS Funds ICAV with more than £200 million of fixed income and alternative assets.
Martin Currie global equity income team to join Sanlam at the end of 2020. The move supports our ambition to expand our investment offering for clients.
With bond yields declining even further and many companies cutting or even slashing dividend payments, income investors are feeling the squeeze. Running counter to this difficult backdrop are real assets which could prove a viable income-generating alternative.
At a time when developed market government bond yields are close to zero, or negative in some cases, and companies are cutting or cancelling their dividends, there is much to be said for asset classes which offer a healthy and stable yield.
Following the recent on-boarding of new fixed income funds to our product line-up, this latest addition expands what we can offer investors in the alternatives space.
With quantitative easing and negtaive real rates the Fixed Income market has been a challenging one recently. In this short presentation Peter Doherty, Head of Fixed Income, explains the benefits of Hybrid Capital and how the Sanlam Hybrid Capital Fund could be a great Fixed Income addition to portfolios. 

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