Fixed income funds
Helping clients achieve their income goals
We build fixed-income solutions that are more robust than you can access from a single provider. We use our best-in-class manager research to select managers with the strongest investment processes, no matter where they are or who they work for.
We combine these managers, actively managing them to create dynamic fixed-income portfolios that are diversified by strategy and security type. Investment risk is managed carefully, using bespoke guidelines, quantitative risk analytics, and in-house and third-party limit monitoring.
Multi-Asset Credit Fund (MACF)
Our Multi-Asset Credit Fund is dynamically invested across multiple credit risk premia – including personal, corporate and sovereign balance sheets – ensuring strong diversification and more stable returns.
- Aims to deliver capital growth (LIBOR +4-5%)
- Dynamically invested across multiple credit risk premia
- Strong yield (c. 5-6%)
Unconstrained Bond Fund (UBF)
Our unconstrained strategy seeks to address the challenging, low interest rate environment which has made it difficult to find reliable, income-generating investments.
- Aims to deliver capital growth (LIBOR +3%) with higher credit quality than many peers
- Differentiated incorporation of diversifying and opportunistic strategies including currency and volatility
- Lower risk than Multi-Asset Credit with short duration and interest rate exposures
All fixed-income funds
- Multi-Asset Credit Fund
- Unconstrained Bond Fund
- Emerging Market Debt Fund
- Global Bond Fund
- Global Credit Fund
- Global High Yield Fund
- Floating Rate Fund
- Sterling Bond Fund
- US Bond Fund
See how we can help
If you want to discuss how Russell Investments can help, call us now on +44 (0) 20 7024 6378 or email Colin Doyle.
Any opinion expressed is that of Russell Investments, is not a statement of fact, is subject to change and does not constitute investment advice.
The value of investments and the income from them can fall as well as rise and is not guaranteed. You may not get back the amount originally invested.