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 $533 billion in assets (as of June 30, 2014) 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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Portable Alpha 2.0

Despite an environment of low volatility and strong returns, many active equity managers still struggle to outperform their benchmarks over the long term. It is a phenomenon that underscores the attraction for portable alpha as a concept, particularly its potential for uncorrelated performance and long-term alpha generation.

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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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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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Third Quarter 2014 Market Outlook

Richard Greenwood, Head of Credit Research, discusses his view on where we are in the credit cycle, as well as his outlook on where the market is headed, July 29, 2014.

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Recent Thought Leadership

Back to the Futures

U.S. Treasury futures are tools that can be used by portfolio managers to help manage interest rate and yield curve risk and to facilitate relative value trading. When used properly within a risk-controlled framework, futures can offer greater relative value, cost efficiency, and more efficient execution than physical securities.(June 2014)

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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. (March 2014)

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