Victory Floating Rate Fund’s returns look attractive, which partly reflects its aggressive credit profile. Its team, while experienced, is relatively small, though, and saw a departure of two of three managers in early 2021. The strategy’s cheapest share classes thus earn a Morningstar Analyst Rating of Neutral, while its more expensive ones earn that of Negative.
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