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Credit Pulse: Three years of Unconstrained Credit – 18 June 2021

In our special Unconstrained Credit-focused edition of Credit Pulse, Dan Churchouse, Head of UK Wholesale, is joined by the Fund’s portfolio managers as they mark its three-year anniversary.

Andrew Jackson, Head of Fixed Income, and Fraser Lundie, Head of Credit, discussed some of the key drivers that have shaped the Fund’s performance to date and why they feel that a dynamic allocation to credit is beneficial to unlocking future returns. They addressed the case for credit, some of the key issues affecting global fixed income markets today and provided a summary of the team’s views.

Unconstrained Credit celebrates its three-year anniversary

The Federated Hermes Unconstrained Credit Fund invests across the global credit spectrum using an unconstrained, high-conviction approach.

During a turbulent three years, we have navigated global credit markets to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns for our clients.

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