Aviva Investors Strategic Bond Fund 2 GBP Inc
|Long Gilt 03/27/2019||14.22 %|
|US 10 Year Ultra Future Mar19||6.38 %|
|United States Treasury Notes||5.64 %|
|United States Treasury Notes||5.42 %|
|United States Treasury Notes||4.39 %|
|Legal & General Group plc||3.55 %|
|Aviva Investors Stlg Lqudty 3 GBP Inc||3.43 %|
|United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland||3.24 %|
|Barclays Bank plc||3.14 %|
|Lloyds Bank plc||3.04 %|
Chris oversees a range of bond funds which invest across fixed-income assets, including investment-grade corporates, high-yield corporates, government, and emerging markets bonds. During 2013 the Aviva Investors Managed High Income Fund was awarded the Lipper Fund award within the Bond-Global High Yield category. In 2014 the Aviva Investors Strategic Bond Fund was the winner of the Investment Advisor 100 club Sterling Strategic Bond Fund of the year. Chris has managed the Strategic Bond Fund since its inception in 2008. Prior to joining Aviva Investors, Chris worked as a portfolio manager for Old Mutual Asset Managers. He joined the industry as a credit analyst. Chris graduated from Durham University with a BA (Hons) in economics. He is an associate member of the UK Society of Investment Professionals and is a CFA® charterholder.
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