Despite a range of negative macro risks, Vivek Bommi, from US$355 billion investment firm Neuberger Berman, argues here that markets still look constructive, and that his key asset class, high yield bonds, is positioned to continue delivering 4-6% total return.

When we sat down, we asked him what the main risk to his thesis are. Vivek told us that the main risks from his perspective are those at company level such as: “credit deterioration, free cashflow moving down, leverage increasing and interest coverage ratios weakening”. 

In this short video interview, he explains his market view and then finishes by answering our surprise question of what market risks keep him up at night.

Neuberger Berman’s Global Corporate Income Trust (ASX:NBI) was listed on the ASX in September 2018 and provides investors with exposure to the high yield bonds of large and liquid global companies.

For more information about NBI and how this investment solution can provide stable and consistent income, as well as diversification, please visit www.nb.com/nbi

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