Roundtable: Navigating the market with fixed income ETFs

Fixed income allocation has been the major talking point this year, as investors navigate the choppy waters of inflation and interest rates. How are fund selectors playing these risks and where are the opportunities in fixed income?

Theo Andrew

JP Morgan AM ETF Roundtable

Fixed income is finally back in vogue this year but navigating choppy markets is raising big asset allocation questions for fund selectors.

Doubts over stubborn inflation and peaking interest rates have led to diverging views on where to position portfolios along the duration curve while the rise in risk assets continues to defy most outlooks.

There are opportunities aplenty if you can be flexible enough to take them and the ability to be nimble within fund selectors’ asset allocation has never been more important. The window of opportunity within the markets is shorter than ever.

As a result, this roundtable, in partnership with J.P. Morgan Asset Management, assessed the market outlook, prospects within fixed income, the duration conundrum and why it is important to be opportunistic with portfolios.


  • Travis Spence, head of EMEA ETF distribution, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

  • Hugh Gimber, global market strategist, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

  • James Peel, portfolio manager, ESG, Titan Asset Management

  • Dan Caps, investment manager, Evelyn Partners

  • Jack Turner, head of ESG portfolio management, 7IM

  • Jordan Sriharan, fund manager, Canada Life Asset Management

  • Chair: Tom Eckett editor at ETF Stream

This article first appeared in ETF Insider, ETF Stream's monthly ETF magazine for professional investors in Europe. To read the full article, click here.


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