Fixed Income Funds

What are Fixed Income Funds?

A fixed income fund is a fund that invests primarily in bonds or other debt securities. Fixed income funds generally pay a return on a fixed schedule, though the amount of the payments can vary. Investors may consider this type of fund for their potential for income generation and capital preservation.

Approach

We believe global fixed income markets are inefficient. Thus, in our view, the best way to exploit these inefficiencies is through a sector-by-sector research-oriented approach, which is integrated globally. We offer investors a wide range of strategies covering benchmark-aware and unconstrained to tailor portfolios that meet a diverse set of client needs.

Emphasize Independent Research

We focus on sectors where we believe our independent research offers the greatest opportunities to add value for our clients.

Utilize Multiple Research Perspectives

We believe fixed income portfolios can best be managed by integrating three perspectives: top-down macro analysis, bottom-up sector analysis and quantitative insights to guide strategy allocations.

Commit to the Long Term

We take a long-term view for all we do, from the people we hire, to the markets we enter, to the solutions we offer and to the investment decisions we make.

Investment Capabilities

  • Government
  • Municipals
  • Corporate Credit
  • Bank Loans
  • Securitized
  • Multi-Sector
  • Currencies
  • Sukuk

Fixed Income Funds


For the full list of Franklin Templeton funds available in Singapore, please refer to the Prospectus.

How to invest

Franklin Templeton fixed income funds are available for purchase through one of our authorised distributors.

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