Date
15 Sep 2015
Time
08:30 - 10:00
Venue
Austin Friars House, 2-6 Austin Friars, London EC2N 2HD
Spaces
Limited

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Multi Class Credit Teach In

 

Title: Is Multi-class Credit a Shrewd Way of Getting Higher Credit Returns?

Date: Tuesday 15th September 2015, 08.30 - 10.00 a.m.

Venue: Austin Friars House, 2-6 Austin Friars, London EC2N 2HD

 

How does multi-class credit work?

Why might multi-class credit be better than a traditional corporate bond allocation?

What are the different approaches that managers use?

What are the key risks you should be aware of?

 

The next Redington teach-in will examine an increasingly popular approach to investing in credit. With returns on corporate bonds looking low, investors are searching for new ways to achieve good returns from their credit portfolios.

Multi-class credit is one of these approaches. A single manager who invests across different parts of the credit market should be able to exploit opportunities which are missed in more traditional bond allocations. Whilst promising, there is a lot of detail underneath the bonnet that investors should take into account.  

Sebastian Schulze, Senior Vice President in Redington’s Investment Consulting team, will provide an overview of multi-class credit and discuss the key points that pension fund investors should consider when looking at this opportunity.

 

In this teach-in, you will learn:

  • How multi-class credit works and what role it can play in your portfolio
  • The advantages it can offer compared to a traditional corporate bond portfolio
  • The different approaches to multi-class credit
  • The key risks investors should consider
  • How to find the right approach for your portfolio

 

Agenda:

08.30 am      Registration and Refreshments

09.00 am      Presentation, Q+A

10.00 am      Close and Networking