Pioneer’s Approach to Fixed Income Investing: Philosophy + Organization + People

Michael Temple
Vice President,
Director of Credit Research

One of the principal cautions made to investors in mutual fund literature warns: “Past performance is no guarantee of future results.” For professionals who advise investors, those cautions must go much deeper than just past performance. They must be convinced that the manager’s past performance, and in turn that manager’s potential for future performance, derives from a solid investment process that is repeatable.

At Pioneer, we believe that a value-oriented, total return, risk-managed approach to fixed income investing can identify opportunities for above average total return. Our strong fixed income performance is the result of:

•A clearly articulated and consistent investment philosophy
•The nurturing of intellectual freedom in our organization
•Aligning the goals and aspirations of all investment professionals towards one common good – the pursuit of competitive investment results

Pioneer Investments has a presence in over 26 countries around the world, with specialized global investment hubs in Boston, Dublin and London that manage over $204 billion in assets, of which $62.6 billion represents U.S. fixed income assets. Freemium Content

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