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Changing market, shifting fixed income strategies

webcast 2017-04-27

In today's rapidly evolving economic climate, optimizing fixed income portfolios can be highly complex. With the current rising rate environment and potential policy implications, changes in the bond markets may impact advisors as they search for fixed-income solutions that will build the best defense for their clients.

This exclusive Nationwide® webcast will provide timely insights and strategies about making the most of clients' bond investments in the 2017 macroeconomic environment and beyond.

Date: Thursday, April 27, 2017

Time: 4-5 PM ET

Advisors will learn:

  1. Why the current business cycle has implications for bond investors
  2. How to mitigate possible risks facing bond investors given potential policy changes
  3. Which fixed income strategies may be positioned to take advantage of the 2017 financial environment

Attendees may submit questions before and during the live event. This free and invaluable resource will help you, your current clients and prospects.

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For CE credits for webcasts approved by CFA, credit will be reported 30 days after the live event.

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