Systematic Investing in Credit
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ISBN: 978-1-119-75128-1
Editorial: Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Fecha de la edición: 2021
idioma: Ingles
Nº Pág.: 736


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Reseña: "Lev and QPS continue to shed light on the most important questions facing credit investors. This book focuses on their latest cutting-edge research into the appropriate role of credit as an asset class, the dynamics of credit benchmarks, and potential ways to benefit from equity information to construct effective credit portfolios. It is must-read material for all serious credit investors." 'Richard Donick, President and Chief Risk Officer, DCI, LLC, USA "Lev Dynkin and his team continue to spoil us; this book is yet another example of intuitive, insightful, and pertinent research, which builds on the team's previous research. As such, the relationship with this team is one of the best lifetime learning experiences I have had." 'Eduard van Gelderen, Chief Investment Officer, Public Sector Pension Investment Board, Canada "The rise of a systematic approach in credit is a logical extension of the market's evolution and long overdue. Barclays QPS team does a great job of presenting its latest research in a practical manner." 'David Horowitz, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer, Agilon Capital, USA "Systematization reduces human biases and wasteful reinventing of past solutions. It improves the chances of investing success. This book, by a team of experts, shows you the way. You will gain insights into the advanced methodologies of combining fundamental and market data. I recommend this book for all credit investors." 'Lim Chow Kiat, Chief Executive Officer, GIC Asset Management, Singapore "For nearly two decades, QPS conducted extensive and sound research to help investors meet industry challenges. The proprietary research in this volume gives a global overview of cutting-edge developments in alpha generation for credit investors, from signal extraction and ESG considerations to portfolio implementation. The book blazes a trail for enhanced risk adjusted returns by exploring the cross-asset relation between stocks and bonds and adding relevant information for credit portfolio construction. Our core belief at Ostrum AM, is that a robust quantamental approach, yields superior investment outcomes. Indeed, this book is a valuable read for the savvy investor." 'Ibrahima Kobar, CFA, Global Chief Investment Officer, Ostrum AM, France "This book offers a highly engaging account of the current work by the Barclays QPS Group. It is a fascinating mix of original ideas, rigorous analytical techniques, and fundamental insights informed by a long history of frontline work in this area. This is a must-read from the long-time leaders in the field." 'Professor Leonid Kogan, Nippon Telephone and Telegraph Professor of Management and Finance, MIT "This book provides corporate bond portfolio managers with an abundance of relevant, comprehensive, data-driven research for the implementation of superior investment performance strategies." 'Professor Stanley J. Kon, Editor, Journal of Fixed income "This book is a treasure trove for both pension investors and trustees seeking to improve performance through credit. It provides a wealth of empirical evidence to guide long-term allocation to credit, optimize portfolio construction and harvest returns from systematic credit factors. By extending their research to ESG ratings, the authors also provide timely insights in the expanding field of sustainable finance." 'Eloy Lindeijer, former Chief of Investment Management, PGGM, Netherlands "Over more than a decade, Lev Dynkin and his QPS team has provided me and APG with numerous innovative insights in credit markets. Their work gave us valuable quantitative substantiation of some of our investment beliefs. This book covers new and under-researched areas of our markets, like ESG and factor investing, next to the rigorous and practical work akin to the earlier work of the group. I'd say read this book'and learn from one of the best." 'Herman Slooijer, Managing Director, Head of Fixed Income, APG Asset Management, Netherlands

Part One Investing in Credit vs. Investing in a Combination of Treasuries and Equities Chapter 1 Can a Combination of Treasuries and Equities Replace Credit in a Portfolio? 3 Part Two Capitalizing on Index Inefficiencies Fallen Angels: Index Liquidation Chapter 2 Fallen Angels: Characteristics, Performance, and Implications for Investors 81 Chapter 3 Fallen Angels: Capacity, Transaction Costs, and the Bond-CDS Basis 127 Chapter 4 Introducing the Fallen Angel Reversal Scorecard 163 New Issuance: Index Inclusion Chapter 5 Issuance Dynamics and Performance of Corporate Bonds 191 Chapter 6 The Value of Waiting to Buy: Inclusion-Delay Investment-Grade Corporate Indices 215 Chapter 7 Concessions in Corporate Bond Issuance: Magnitude, Determinants, and Post-Issuance Dynamics 239 Performance Cost of Investment Constraints Chapter 8 'Try-and-Hold' Credit Investing 265 Chapter 9 Effect of Rating-Based Stop-Loss Rules on Performance 303 Part Three Performance Implications of Portfolio Characteristics Chapter 10 Coupon Effects in Corporate Bonds: Pricing, Empirical Duration, and Spread Convexity 333 Chapter 11 Maturity Dependence of Corporate Bond Excess Returns 355 Chapter 12 ESG Investing in Credit 369 Part Four Factor Investing in Credit Value Investing Chapter 13 Relative Value Investing in Credit Using Excess Spread to Peers 413 Chapter 14 Long-Horizon Value Investing in Credit Using Spread per Unit of Debt-to-Earnings Ratio 435 Momentum Investing Chapter 15 Equity Momentum in Credit 483 Chapter 16 Corporate Sector Timing Using Equity Momentum 515 Size Effect Chapter 17 Issuer Size Premium in Credit Markets 527 Combining Factor Strategies Chapter 18 Integrating Systematic Strategies into Credit Portfolio Construction 563 Chapter 19 OneScore: Combining Quantitative and Fundamental Views in Credit 597 Part Five Using Equity-Related Data, Dynamics, and Instruments Chapter 20 Does the Post-Earnings-Announcement-Drift Extend to Credit Markets? 613 Chapter 21 Equity Short Interest as a Signal for Credit Investing 653 Index 691