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“Lord Abbett’s active mutual funds collected more net new money in 2019 than any other fund complex.”

Find out why investors are choosing active  ↓

The big debate around active vs. passive investment management continues to swirl. But we think the conversation needs to be refocused. We shouldn’t be discussing whether it is possible to add value to investment portfolios through active management, but rather, where it is possible. Here, we will tackle two key questions: How might active managers gain an information advantage in assessing opportunities in key segments of the bond market? And how might they deploy this potential advantage in portfolio decisions?

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Investors focused on lower-fee strategies may wish to take a fresh look at the ways that active managers can add value to fixed-income portfolios.

When it comes to fixed-income portfolios, the strategies of active bond managers frequently have outperformed passive approaches.

Our experts outline some key considerations for investors weighing the use of actively managed strategies in the emerging-market sovereign debt space.

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