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Panel Discussion - Strategies of Income Funds

Multi asset income funds have seen increasing interest as companies need better returns on cash; schemes become cash flow negative and individuals seek income in retirement. There are, however, many different approaches to generating an income including both fixed income and multi asset income approaches. These can have a focus on synthetic or natural income, and very different targets for income, capital growth and protection.

This webinar will discuss topics that include:

Is the demand for income likely to persist?
Should income even matter?
What is a sustainable level of income?
What are the strengths and drawbacks of the different approaches?
What are the risks of an income portfolio and how do you manage them?

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Moderated by Justin Simler - Consultant
Kandarp Acharya, Senior Portfolio Manager, Wells Capital Management
Ewan McAlpine, Senior Client Portfolio Manager - Fixed Income, Royal London Asset Management
Etienne Vincent, Global Head of Quantitative Portfolio Management, BNP Paribas Asset Management
Recorded Sep 10 2019 63 mins
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Kandarp Acharya, Wells Capital Management | Justin Simler | Etienne Vincent, BNP Paribas AM | Ewan McAlpine, RLAM
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  • Panel Discussion - Strategies of Income Funds Recorded: Sep 10 2019 63 mins
    Kandarp Acharya, Wells Capital Management | Justin Simler | Etienne Vincent, BNP Paribas AM | Ewan McAlpine, RLAM
    Multi asset income funds have seen increasing interest as companies need better returns on cash; schemes become cash flow negative and individuals seek income in retirement. There are, however, many different approaches to generating an income including both fixed income and multi asset income approaches. These can have a focus on synthetic or natural income, and very different targets for income, capital growth and protection.

    This webinar will discuss topics that include:

    Is the demand for income likely to persist?
    Should income even matter?
    What is a sustainable level of income?
    What are the strengths and drawbacks of the different approaches?
    What are the risks of an income portfolio and how do you manage them?

    Panel:
    Moderated by Justin Simler - Consultant
    Kandarp Acharya, Senior Portfolio Manager, Wells Capital Management
    Ewan McAlpine, Senior Client Portfolio Manager - Fixed Income, Royal London Asset Management
    Etienne Vincent, Global Head of Quantitative Portfolio Management, BNP Paribas Asset Management
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