Dix Hills Partners is honored to have received Acquisition International's 2015 Award for "Best in Global Interest Rate Specialists" earlier this year, recognizing our success over the past 12 years in converting short-term global interest rate movements into alpha, or excess absolute return, for our investors. For further details, click here to see the interview in conjunction with our award.
Over the 12 years, we have applied our expertise to two potential objectives for investors:
- Improving the overall diversification of multi-strategy "liquid alternative" portfolios through the incorporation of Dix Hills Partners' uncorrelated alpha stream.
- Improving the overall risk-adjusted returns of traditional fixed income portfolios while mitiaging the one-sided interest rate risk through our tactical duration management approach.
While most absolute return fixed income strategies add value primarily through credit management or leverage, Dix Hills seeks to delivers excess return by capturing opportunities resulting from global interest rate volatility, employing only highly liquid securities. As a result, our returns tend to be uncorrelated with most fixed income strategies, and can be a valuable diversifying component to a multi-strategy absolute return portfolio.
With interest rate levels near historic lows, and the prospect of the Federal Reserve starting to tighten monetary policy on the horizon, investors have become more focused on gaining control of their interest rate exposure or to seeking to capitalize on the potential for increased volatility. Dix Hills Partners offers investors a time-tested option with a different approach, outlined in our white paper, Absolute Return Fixed Income.
Our clients have included global investors, including corporate and municipal pension plans, banks, insurance companies, mutual funds, State Treasury departments as well as family offices.
Investor and managers seeking to take advantage of opportunities resulting from global interest rate volatility or attempting to gain better control of your interest rate exposure and risk should learn more about how we may be able to help. For more information, please contact William Gordon, our Chief Executive Officer, at 516.393.9136 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.