In our view, active management of convertibles is best achieved by a dedicated, specialist team with the experience to exploit the inefficiencies inherent in the market. The team combines a top-down and fundamentally driven, bottom-up approach with the flexibility to invest globally to help capture these inefficiencies and pricing anomalies.
As a liquid alternative, our convertibles-based strategies can have numerous advantages when included in a balanced portfolio.
For further information on the risks and risk profiles of our funds, please refer to the relevant KIID and Prospectus.
Global convertibles strategies
Aviva Investors Global Convertibles Strategy
An actively managed, long-only strategy that aims to capture the asymmetric return profile of balanced convertible bonds.
Aviva Investors Global Convertibles Absolute Return Strategy
A market-neutral strategy targeting steady returns with low volatility in all market conditions.
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