Practical analysis for investment professionals
13 March 2012

Take 15: New Tool for Bond Managers: Leveraging on Equity Market Analysis to Outperform?

Dan diBartolomeo discusses how bond managers can come out of the “silo” and leverage information implicit in the equity markets to gain an edge in managing bond portfolios. The “market implicit expected life of firms” concept, derived from contingent claims models, can be applied to sovereign as well as corporate credits on a global basis for this purpose.

This episode of the Take 15 Series was originally released on 15 February 2012.

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About the Author(s)
Samuel Lum, CFA

Samuel Lum, CFA, was director of Private Wealth and Capital Markets at CFA Institute, where he focused on wealth management and capital markets, mainly in an Asia-Pacific context.

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