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***HSBC Strategic Income Fund and HSBC High Yield Fund each repositioned for greater US market focus***
HSBC Global Asset Management (HSBC) has introduced enhancements to two of its fixed income mutual funds, aiming to better align them with common US allocation models. The HSBC Strategic Income Fund (HBIAX, HBIIX) and the HSBC High Yield Fund (HBYAX, HBYIX) will increase their focus on US markets with a flexible investment approach while continuing to leverage HSBC’s unique global footprint and resources.
The HSBC Strategic Income Fund targets a more consistent income stream across market environments by opportunistically investing in an expanded fixed income segment range. It is now benchmarked to the Bloomberg Barclays US Aggregate Bond Index. The Fund continues to be managed by Rick Liu.
The HSBC High Yield Fund will continue to seek attractive risk-adjusted returns, focusing on the US market while tactically incorporating global opportunities. It is now benchmarked to the ICE BofA Merrill Lynch U.S. High Yield Constrained Index. The Fund continues to be managed by Mary Bowers.
“We are pleased to reshape these funds for our US clients,” said Damion Hendrickson, Head of Sales. “By continuing to leverage the expertise and insights of our global research network, the funds can take opportunistic positions outside the US and adapt to changing markets.”
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