Greg Peters
Opportunity or Risk? The World of Fixed Income With Greg Peters, Co-CIO of PGIM Fixed Income

In this episode, Simon speaks to Greg Peters, Co-CIO of PGIM Fixed Income, which manages $790 billion in bonds (as of 30/06/22).


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In this episode, Simon speaks to Greg Peters, Co-CIO of PGIM Fixed Income, which manages $790 billion in bonds (as of 30/06/22).

In Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Polonius counsels his son Laertes, exclaiming: “Neither a borrower nor a lender be; for loan oft loses both itself and friend”. If you’ve been a fixed income investor this year, you are nursing your wounds and might have wished you heeded this advice!

At a global level we’ve seen over a decade of nominal bond returns wiped out for the first time since the early 1950s. Therefore this seems a good time to discuss fixed income, and to do so with PGIM Fixed Income.

Greg explains his perspective of the flaws in the 60/40 model, before reviewing the question of whether and where the bond rout has created opportunity across the spectrum. He discusses government, corporate credit, emerging market debt, and index-linked bonds.

He describes why the Fed may remain more hawkish than consensus believes, why restoring “yield” is a good thing, and explains how active fixed income management has delivered more consistent outperformance versus benchmarks (unlike the world of equity management!).

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