Institutional Insight: US Fixed Income Saw Large Net Inflows in 2020

When the market saw a downturn in early 2020, some US fixed income portfolios benefited. US Core Plus, US Corporate, and US Government all experienced large inflows through the rest of the year. Join us to review which active fixed income managers benefited most from the inflows and hear our experts break down the data from the full year.

The Investment Metrics research team will analyze the data so you can see active manager net flow activities and where money is moving.



Brendan Cooper
Brendan is a senior consultant at Investment Metrics, responsible for overseeing the research team. Brendan consults with the money management community on the investing of institutional assets. Living abroad for many years greatly influenced his interest in world affairs and was part of the reason that he studied history and economics. Brendan holds a BA from Boston College and has over 20 years of investment experience.

Scott Treacy, CFA
Scott Treacy joined Investment Metrics in 2014 as a consultant, producing and presenting research to clients on U.S. institutional investments. Previously, Mr. Treacy spent four years with Brandes Investment Partners, based in their Geneva, Switzerland office, as an institutional portfolio specialist for their European, Middle Eastern, and African based clients. Mr. Treacy is a CFA charter holder and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Tufts University in 2003, majoring in Economics.

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