AXA IM to expand fixed income range with total return credit products

2017 results

Beth Brearley
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Andrea Rossi, chief executive of AXA IM
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Andrea Rossi, chief executive of AXA IM

AXA Investment Managers plans to bolster its fixed income range with the launch of total return credit funds.

In its 2017 annual results released today, the asset manager said it is looking to "extend its fixed income offering by further diversifying the product mix and client base with a move to higher yielding assets and more flexible solutions". As part of this drive the firm said this will include adding total return credit products to the product range and continuing to grow its buy and maintain expertise as an alternative to passive. Other areas of focus in 2018 will be multi-asset and alternatives, particularly structured finance and real assets. AXA IM remains 'strategic' part of F...

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