EPFR Exchange Podcast, Special Focus: Fixed Income Barometer

In this special EPFR Exchange podcast, Cameron Brandt, EPFR Research Director is joined by Vikram Srimurthy, Senior Quant Analyst and EPFR thought leader, Steve Muzzlewhite to discuss the EPFR Fixed Income Barometer.

This new offering provides clients with insight into bond ownership at both issue and issuer level and highlights characteristics popular with both active and passive managers, for better investment decisions. EPFR’s portfolio now includes Fixed Income holdings data, providing customers with a clear view of mutual funds and ETFs in the Fixed Income market.

EPFR Fixed Income Barometer data is collected from a universe of over 2,000 globally domiciled bonds and multi-asset funds, covering over $2.6 trillion in AUM and 50,000+ unique corporate and sovereign bonds.

Listen in and email us at podcast@epfr.com with questions, or contact us if you want more information on the Fund Flows and Asset Allocations data we track.

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