Credit Suisse Funds (4)

Relative Value in Secured Loans

Credit Suisse Floating Rate High Income Fund

US> Large-Cap > Growth

Feb 08, 2013

Investing in bank loans offers returns that may match or exceed other fixed-income securities with the added bonus of better downside protection in certain circumstances. John G. Popp, portfolio manager of the Credit Suisse Floating Rate High Income Fund, and his team of analysts maintain a diversified portfolio of senior secured loans and high yield bonds in search of relative value.

An Investment Veteran Speaks His Mind

Credit Suisse Small Cap Value Fund

US> Mid-Cap > Growth

Jan 15, 2003

When Credit Suisse Asset Management acquired Donaldson, Lufkin Jenrette (DLJ) in November 2000, the firm also inherited one of Wall Street's most outspoken critics of accounting practices, Stanley Nabi. In this interview, the Wall Street veteran lived up this reputation as an asset manager who is not afraid to speak his mind.

A Risk-Aware Approach to Bank Loans

Credit Suisse Floating Rate High Income Fund

US> Large-Cap > Growth

Nov 09, 2017

While bank loans offer a better position in capital structure, which is attractive to those seeking safety of principal, retail investors rarely have access to bank loan portfolios that offer a different risk-reward profile. John G. Popp, Chief Investment Officer and a portfolio manager of the Credit Suisse Floating Rate High Income Fund, and a comprehensive research team of analysts seek lower-volatility returns by constructing an actively managed portfolio of carefully selected bank loans. 

Rules-Based Trend Investing

Credit Suisse Managed Futures Strategy Fund

US> Health/Biotechnology >

Aug 02, 2016

While the value of trend following has long been recognized, a well-structured and disciplined approach to investing in trends has the potential to generate returns that are not correlated to broader market indices. For the Credit Suisse Managed Futures Strategy Fund, portfolio managers Yung-Shin Kung and Sheel Dhande look for trends across equities, fixed income, currencies, and commodities, based on systematic investment principles and without behavioral biases.