Voya IM Blog
By Kurt Kringelis, CFA, CPA, JD, Head Macro Credit Strategist
Spreads for U.S. credit are hovering around their lowest level since the 2008 financial crisis. But that doesn’t necessarily mean they are overvalued.Read More
By Paul Zemsky, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Multi-Asset Strategies & Solutions
Active or passive? It’s one of the biggest decisions facing plan fiduciaries evaluating target date strategies. Yet too often this complex decision is boiled down to a narrow discussion about fees. But what does empirical evidence have to say about going active versus passive? The answer – it depends.
By James Hasso, Head of U.S. Small Cap and Portfolio Manager
For investors running up against capacity constraints in small-cap, the SMID-cap growth universe may provide the best of both worlds: exposure across market caps with the potential for greater returns with less risk and more liquidity.
By Jeff Bakalar, Managing Director and Group Head of the Senior Loan Group
With the Fed signaling as many as three interest-rate increases in 2017, disappearing LIBOR floors represent another compelling reason to consider an allocation to senior bank loans.
By Dave Goodson, Head of Securitized Investments, Fixed Income
Recent developments in the insurance space should be a positive for liquidity dynamics in the Credit Risk Transfer sector going forward.