Trustees typically allocate a portion of a trust portfolio to fixed income investments to diversify, manage risk and increase cash flow. In the past, they presumed it was easier to choose and monitor fixed income investments, as compared to equities. However, fiduciaries face additional challenges in today’s economic environment when buying, selling or retaining specific fixed income assets due to, in part, reduced credit ratings and the Federal Reserve’s monetary ...

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