A flexible way to express high conviction views, and capitalize on opportunities across the capital structure.
02.04.2015 Seix Credit Opportunities Strategy (COS) Podcast - February 2015
James FitzPatrick, Portfolio Manager with Seix Investment Advisors, discusses the leveraged finance market in 2014, his outlook for 2015 and the opportunities ahead for the Credit Opportunities Strategy.
01.13.2015 RidgeWorth U.S. Government Ultra-Short Bond and Ultra-Short Bond Funds - 4th Quarter 2014
Chad Stephens, Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at Seix Investment Advisors, notes that shape of the ultra-short market in 2015 will be influenced by the Federal Reserve Board and expectations the around the Fed and when it will increase inter...
03.30.2015 Seix Investment Advisors LLC Hires Head of Western Institutional Sales
Seix Investment Advisors LLC is pleased to announce the hiring of John Haugh, CFA, as Managing Director, Institutional Sales.
Credit Opportunities Strategy
Combines Bottom-Up Fundamental Research with Global Macro Views
Seix's Credit Opportunities Strategy (COS) is a long/short credit strategy that invests in the full spectrum of high yield bonds, leveraged loans, stressed/distressed securities, special situations and capital structure opportunities.
Multi-Sector Absolute Return
Search for Yield in a Low Interest Rate Environment
Institutional investors around the globe are challenged to find income to reach investment and spending targets, without taking on undue risk. Our Multi-Sector Absolute Return Strategy is an actively managed response for investing in a low yield environment.
The strategy allows us the flexibility to actively use and rotate among fixed income sectors (including U.S. investment grade, high yield bond, leveraged loans and non-U.S. bonds), taking advantage of relative value to enhance portfolio yield, while avoiding risks associated with using only one sector. The allocation decision and review is based on an analysis of macroeconomic and microeconomic themes and an assessment of the relative value of each sector.
Review of Fourth Quarter 2014 (Passing the QE Torch, Divergence and Currency Wars)
Fears of a global growth slowdown gathered additional steam in the fourth quarter, leading to a mixed quarter of excess returns across the spread sectors of the domestic bond market. That same fear drove fairly robust total returns, particularly in the investment grade sectors, as intermediate and longer term Treasury yields continued their move lower. The 10-year Treasury yield declined another 32 basis points (bps) in the fourth quarter to end the year at 2.17%. The 10-year yield declined 114 bps over the full year, an outcome…
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