Prudential Fixed Income offers institutional investors needs-based solutions across the fixed income markets, with a focus on credit strategies and liability-driven investing. We manage $405 billion in assets (as of December 31, 2013) with portfolio management and research teams located in Newark, NJ (U.S.), and in our affiliated offices in London and Singapore. Learn More

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Why Global Loans?

In this thought paper, Jonathan Butler explains the variations that exist throughout the global loan market and how they may provide relative stability and more, particularly for investors wary of interest rate volatility.

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Core Conservative Strategy

A quintessential “no surprises” strategy, this lower-risk Core Fixed Income Strategy has been managed by the same portfolio manager since inception.

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Intermediate Core Conservative Strategy

Often the choice of Stable Value plans and managed by our flagship Core Conservative Strategy portfolio manager, this strategy uses the same time-tested approach applied to an intermediate duration benchmark.

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Investment Grade Corporate Bond Strategy

We know credit and we prioritize research: This strategy is managed by a seasoned corporate bond team that benefits from a large and dedicated credit research team.

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Long Duration Corporate Strategy

This strategy offers a time-tested approach to long duration management from a firm with decades of experience solving liability problems.

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Long Government/Credit Strategy

This strategy offers a basic way for plans to extend duration, emphasizing high-quality spread sectors over lower-yielding Government sectors, prioritizing bottom-up, research-based security selection.

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Recent Thought Leadership

Prudential Fixed Income's Sovereign Ratings Framework

Our sovereign ratings framework rests on two major pillars—a quantitative assessment of macro fundamentals combined with a qualitative assessment of the institutional framework and policy making. In some instances, our ratings differ from rating agencies. These differing views have proven to be meaningful drivers of alpha. (February 2014)

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Go Long for the Taper Touchdown

In this paper, we take a look at the current interest rate backdrop and how the historical steepness of the U.S. Treasury yield curve provides an attractive entry point into longer duration high quality bonds. We also look at some of the risk/return trade-offs of extending duration under different interest rate and yield curve scenarios. (January 2014)

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