Dr. Christian Baylis

Christian is the portfolio manager for the Fixed Income Fund. He is a highly regarded Australian-based manager with broad experience across global fixed income and derivatives strategies, having worked previously at UBS Asset Management and the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA).

Top Performer

Preqin, the leading provider of analytical data to alternative asset professionals, named Christian as having the top performing Fixed Income Strategy, and number two overall within the Asia-Pacific Credit Hedge Fund category in its H1 2021 Honour Roll.

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Investment Insights

Australian Managed Funds Market Update July

Market Update – July ’22

Economy – Engineered Serendipity As widely expected, the RBA lifted the cash rate 50bps to 1.85 per cent at the August meeting. Going forward, our

Fixed Income Managed Fund Insights

Market Update – June ’22

Economy – The Communication We Had to Have Markets and the economy are now at highly disconnected levels. Economic data appears set to keel over

Sophisticated Investing in Australia

Market Update – May ’22

Economy – The Cleanest Dirty Shirt Central bankers  are now faced with a policy choice of the cleanest dirty shirt, having put themselves   well behind

Market Update – April ’22

Economy – Last drinks in the mother of all happy hours Fiscal and monetary largesse, whilst necessary, was always a decision between the then and

Market Update – March ’22

Markets – Russian Roulette Bonds over the month extended the losses of prior months, one of the worst starts to the year on record. The

Market Update – February ’22

Markets February began with calls for the Federal Reserve to move aggressively to curb inflation risk. Market pricing at the beginning of the month was