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PGIM Fixed Income’s U.S. Short-Term Corporate Fixed Income Strategy is a single sector product, investing primarily in the investment grade corporate fixed income market. The Strategy seeks to achieve an excess return of +60 bps over the Bloomberg Barclays U.S. 1-5 Year Credit Index over a full market cycle.1,2
PGIM Fixed Income constructs and manages portfolios in the U.S. Short-Term Corporate Fixed Income Strategy based on the philosophy that bottom-up industry and issue research and security selection, including relative value trading, generate high information ratios and, when executed successfully, can provide sustainable excess return over a corporate market benchmark.
Individual security selection and subsector/industry rotation comprise the majority of alpha in the U.S. Short-Term Corporate Fixed Income Strategy.
PGIM Fixed Income employs a disciplined, three-step investment process to manage U.S. Short-Term Corporate Portfolios:
1 There is no guarantee that these objectives will be met.
2 On average, over a full market cycle defined as three to five years.
No risk management technique can guarantee the mitigation of elimination of risk in any market environment.
Source: PGIM Fixed Income as of December 31, 2020.