PhilosophyADIA’s investments in fixed income assets perform a critical role in our portfolio, reducing overall risk and providing investment returns with low correlation to other asset classes.
By investing actively across the fixed income space, our teams seek to produce returns that outperform debt markets as a whole, while remaining within risk parameters.
In a constantly evolving market, we place high emphasis on remaining innovative and agile in order to anticipate and capitalise on opportunities when they arise.
Richard Bell Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income & Treasury Department
ProcessWe provide our team with the discretion and flexibility to allocate between asset types and strategies, in order to capture fast moving opportunities in the market.
Our people collaborate closely across and within teams, sharing insights and experiences.
Through the deep relationships that ADIA has built over 40 years, our people have access to high quality insights and investment opportunities across the fixed income landscape.
PortfolioADIA invests globally across all major fixed income assets.
These include government and inflation-linked bonds in both developed and emerging markets, as well as investment grade and non-investment grade credit.
Our Treasury function is responsible for monitoring and managing ADIA’s liquidity needs.
TeamADIA’s Fixed Income & Treasury Department comprises professionals with diverse backgrounds and experience, who are empowered to continuously improve and innovate.
We have an internal team that invests directly in fixed income assets, while a separate team is responsible for selecting and managing the performance of external managers.
Operations and Risk functions provide a wide range of support services to the investment teams.
To achieve alpha in fixed income, you need to continuously innovate. We apply this to everything we do: how we generate ideas, collaborate with others to gain insights and, ultimately, how we execute. We hold weekly forums for our teams to table their best investment ideas in their specific areas of responsibility, then think about how each idea might be applied to different parts of the fixed income universe and which ones might be leveraged at a bigger scale.Noura Al QubaisiDeputy Director
Fixed Income & Treasury
We’re all encouraged to be intellectually curious and flexible in our thinking. We debate things across the different teams and this really helps to develop, challenge and refine new ideas. There are always discussions happening across the office, informal conversations where people are talking through potential opportunities in fixed income, maybe looking at corners of the market that are under-researched, or adjacent to something we already do.Julien MutinSenior Fund Manager
Fixed Income & Treasury