From the top down and the bottom up, Calvert has fixed income covered.
From the macroeconomic trends, fiscal and monetary policies that shape the fixed-income markets to in-depth credit analysis, Calvert's fixed-income team has it covered.
Follow Calvert's Fixed-Income Thought Leaders
Cathy Roy, Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income
Cathy Roy: In her capacity as chief investment officer, fixed income, Cathy Roy is responsible for evaluating and monitoring the investment performance and risk profiles of all Calvert fixed-income funds. She also serves as portfolio manager for the Green Bond Solutions Strategy.
Read Cathy Roy's and Steve Van Order's views on the markets in the first half of 2013.
Matt Duch, Portfolio Manager, Taxable Bonds
Our actively managed fixed-income strategies leverage the expertise of our in-house, highly experienced portfolio manager Matt Duch. His open-minded pursuit of opportunity, vetted by rigorous analysis, reveals new ways to generate potential returns while managing risk.
Matt Duch is lead portfolio manager for the Calvert Short Duration Income Fund, Calvert Bond Portfolio, Calvert High-Yield Bond Fund, and Calvert Government Fund, as well as the fixed-income portion of the Calvert Balanced Portfolio.
Steve Van Order, Fixed-Income Strategist
Steve Van Order, fixed-income strategist, is responsible for developing Calvert's top-down investment strategy. Previously he served as head trader for all Calvert fixed-income products and portfolio manager for several Calvert bond funds.
The Federal Reserve’s aggressive quantitative easing will be a major factor in the fixed-income market but likely won’t help U.S. economic growth accelerate significantly.
Steve Van Order offers an insightful and witty view of the fixed-income markets, with historical notes.
James Lee, Senior High-Yield Analyst
James Lee is a senior securities analyst for Calvert Investment Management, Inc., and is responsible for investment decisions for high- yield and crossover corporate credits.
Passive high-yield ETFs can be significantly more volatile than actively managed high-yield funds.