Kyle Kloc of Fisch joins Stockholm Forum
Kyle Kloc, senior partner at Fisch Asset Management, will discuss global high yield when he joins the upcoming Stockholm Forum 2017, taking place at The Grand Hotel in the Swedish capital on the morning of 28 November.
The topic of global high yield will be tackled from the perspective of rising stars and fallen angels, but also opportunities in emerging markets.
Securities shifting between investment grade and high yield can offer interesting investment opportunities going down as well as up the credit rating scale, Kloc will explain, while ongoing inefficiencies in the market for EM high yield means that investors can boost returns, subject to understanding certain other types of risks in this segment of the market.
Kloc is part of the credit team at Fisch, with expertise in global high yield and corporate bond strategies. His research includes US and European issuers. Previously, he worked for 15 years at Deutsche Asset Management, serving as co-head of global and European high yield strategies and as lead portfolio manager in the global high yield construction team. Earlier in his career he worked at ING Barings BHF-Bank.
He studied at the University of Pennsylvania, graduating with a BA in International Studies and earned a BS in Economics from the Wharton School.