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23 June 2021 / VIDEO AND INFOGRAPHIC

Why Credit Investors Need to Become Active Duration Managers

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Why Credit Investors Need to Manage Duration...

The importance of duration management in a changing world—and five ways to improve...

By Kenneth A. Orchard

Kenneth A. Orchard Head of International Fixed Income