Talking heads – There is resilience in asset-backed securities

3 AUTHORS Markets

06/27/2022 1 min read

Asset-backed securities backed by loans and other credit, from auto loans to business loans, face the same challenges as other fixed-income segments. These include tighter central bank policy, volatility in inflation expectations and concerns about growth.

However, in their favour, high-quality ABS derive some resilience from the generally short duration of the underlying assets as well as a cushion against economic shocks, for example, in the form of generally strong interest coverage or low blocked funding. costs.

Listen to this talking heads podcast with senior portfolio managers David Favier and Olivier Boutoille and Daniel Morris, chief market strategist. They first discuss the current market environment before focusing on the benefits of investing in these floating rate instruments which offer varying risk/reward profiles for investors.

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