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Five Things Your Credit Manager Shouldn’t Be Doing (But Probably Is)

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Thu, 29 May 2014

Questionable behavior among credit managers is back, but the good news is that we believe the credit markets still offer plenty of opportunities to potentially generate attractive returns. Smart, rational credit investing that avoids some managers’ naïve reach for yield, and sticks instead to a dee

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