We offer developed market rates and emerging market debt strategies.
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Investors require solutions that address their need for capital appreciation, income, diversification and lower-risk outcomes. We take these requirements as our start point, and use the breadth of experience and market insight available to us across the business in order to deliver solutions that address our clients' needs.
Targeted outcomes with managed volatility
We draw on our long-standing experience across long-only and absolute-return capabilities to deliver strong risk-adjusted outcomes.
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Strategies in focus
Aviva Investors Multi-Strategy (AIMS) Target Return
Drawing on Aviva Investors’ global expertise, the outcome-oriented AIMS Target Return Fund aims to deliver long-term capital growth while managing volatility.
Aviva Investors Sustainable Income & Growth Fund
A strategy designed to deliver a high level of natural income and long-term capital growth, with sustainability built in.
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Multi-asset & multi-strategy in focus
Multi-asset allocation views: Why now is not the time to give up on US Treasuries
There is still a good case for US Treasuries and long duration in multi-asset portfolios, argues Sunil Krishnan.
Calibrating cycles: Why life and market cycles don’t always align and what to do about it
Markets and our personal finances rarely march to the same beat. In this piece, Francois de Bruin highlights some investment strategies for successfully navigating the retirement journey.
Multi-asset & multi-strategy team
Chief Investment Officer, Multi-asset & Macro and Portfolio Manager, AIMS Target Return and Target Income Funds
Head of Multi-Strategy and Portfolio Manager, AIMS Target Return, Target Income and Fixed Income Funds
Head of Multi-asset Funds
Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist
Head of Rates and Portfolio Manager, AIMS Fixed Income and Target Return Funds
Head of Emerging Market Debt and Portfolio Manager, EM Local Currency
Head of Implementation, Multi-asset & Macro
Senior Strategist, Multi-asset & Macro
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Multi-asset & multi-strategy views
COVID-19: This time is different?
3 Apr 2020
Previous financial crises offer lessons for investors trying to make sense of COVID-19, explains Euan Munro.
COVID-19 and a brief history of emerging market debt drawdowns
2 Apr 2020
COVID-19 is testing investors’ patience. A brief history of EMD drawdowns suggests why they should do nothing.
COVID-19: When it comes to pandemics, investors should listen to the real experts
1 Apr 2020
Investors should scour the medical literature for insight into COVID-19’s progression before making big investment calls.
Multi-asset allocation views: Embedding diversification in portfolios
31 Mar 2020
The market response to COVID-19 has been brutal. Sunil Krishnan reflects on portfolio diversification in this context.
Treasuries: Defence in troubled times
26 Mar 2020
Why have investors been abandoning safe-haven assets in the midst of the steepest market falls in 40 years?
RPI may be flawed, but changes shouldn’t cost pensioners and investors
16 Mar 2020
With the start of the consultation for proposed changes to the measurement of inflation in the UK, we look at the likely impact to asset classes, the assets most affected, and the key issues investors should be aware of.
Are investors too complacent about the coronavirus?
21 Feb 2020
In the latest of our editorial series, Link, AIQ brings members of Aviva Investors’ investment strategy, equity and debt teams together to discuss the prospects for financial markets and the world economy in the face of the coronavirus epidemic.
Multi-asset allocation views: Why the bull run in global equities could continue
12 Feb 2020
Sunil Krishnan discusses the conditions for a continued rise in global equities, the potential of Japanese and US equities to outperform from a regional perspective, and some attractive features of emerging markets – particularly Brazil – which may have been overlooked.
Multi-asset allocation views: Uncertainty clouds the outlook for European assets
23 Jan 2020
Sunil Krishnan considers whether Europe can break out of its economic malaise and the factors investors should watch out for in 2020.
Multi-asset allocation views: The pros and cons of higher-yielding fixed income
16 Jan 2020
Sunil Krishnan asks whether higher-yielding fixed income assets remain good diversifiers for multi-asset portfolios in the current environment.
Multi-asset allocation views: Could Japan outperform other equity markets?
14 Jan 2020
Sunil Krishnan argues that low expectations among domestic and global investors are reflected in Japanese equity valuations, creating an opportunity for the asset class to play catch-up with the rest of the world.
Supply chain wars
14 Nov 2019
With the US and China locking horns, we take a deeper look at the tangled and complex web of multinational relationships in the global economic ecosystem.
Lagarde as ECB chief – independent but integrated?
22 Aug 2019
Christine Lagarde has been nominated to head the European Central Bank at a difficult time for monetary policy given growing fears of a recession in the euro zone. Despite much debate on her credentials, Stewart Robertson argues she is the right candidate for the job.
Trade tensions drive seismic shift in monetary policy outlook
9 Aug 2019
The last year has seen a dramatic shift in the outlook for global monetary policy. Although yields have already fallen sharply, US bonds still appear to offer value given the darkening economic storm clouds, argues Peter Fitzgerald.
Self-sufficiency for pension schemes: Keep on running?
28 May 2019
Boris Mikhailov and Matthew Graham look at the benefits and risks for pension schemes targeting self-sufficiency.
Can central banks maintain their independence?
14 Feb 2019
Central bank independence is widely regarded as a prerequisite for successful monetary policy. However, with economies having struggled over the past decade and inflation no longer seen as a problem, that view is being contested, argues Stewart Robertson, chief economist at Aviva Investors.