How to Fill the Credit Gap

Institutional investors need to rethink how they allocate to credit and its myriad forms.

By Christopher Acito

Credit is the gaping hole in the asset allocation scheme of almost every institutional investor. It’s a flaw that can reduce returns, lessen diversification and increase overall correlation to equities. Fortunately, while the root causes are fundamental and significant, they can be readily addressed.

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