Events & Webinars

Upcoming Events

End of year views and positioning portfolios for 2021

In this roundtable discussion, Barbara Reinhard, Sr Portfolio Manager and Head of Asset Allocation for Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions, will lead a conversation with Mike Pytosh, CIO of Equities, Matt Toms, CIO of Fixed Income and Paul Zemsky, CIO of Multi-Asset Strategies and Solutions. They will provide their views on key themes in their asset classes, areas of opportunity for 2021 and insights on asset allocation for the year ahead.

Host: Voya Investment Management
Location: Virtual Webinar
Date:
December 17, 2020, 4:00 - 4:45PM EST
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2021 Fixed Income Outlook

After an unprecedented year, we still have more questions than answers as we look ahead to 2021. However, one item of the recovery has been clear from the beginning of the pandemic: The Federal Reserve will continue to do what it can to foster a vigorous revival of growth. Get used to ZIRP — it’s going to be with us for a long time.

While the fixed income markets have staged a dramatic recovery since April, there are still opportunities to prepare portfolios today for the low-yield world ahead. Join Matt Toms, Voya Investment Management’s Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income, as he shares how Voya is positioning portfolios.

Host: Voya Investment Management
Location: Virtual Webinar
Date:
January 7, 2021, 4:00 - 5:00PM EST
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In Case you Missed It

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Quarterly Fixed Income Perspectives Webinar

October 8, 2020

Given the limits of monetary policy tools, the uncertainty of further fiscal policy support and the uneven fundamental outlook across corporate sectors, we see the U.S.

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Quarterly Fixed Income Perspectives Webinar

July 9, 2020

While the tail is narrower, asset prices will reflect starkly different outcomes as we emerge into a post COVID-19 world.

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April 8th Market Update: Listen to Replay

April 8, 2020

Matt Toms, CFA, CIO, Fixed Income recently shared how we are navigating the current market environment.

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March 25th Market Update: Listen to Replay

March 25, 2020

Voya's Matt Toms and Dave Goodson discussed recent market dislocations...

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March 19th Market Update: Listen to Replay

March 19, 2020

On Thursday, March 19 Head of Asset Allocation Barbara Reinhard, CFA moderated a conversation about broader market themes bubbling up...

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March 16th Market Update: Listen to Replay

March 16, 2020

On Monday, March 16 Matt Toms, CFA, Chief Investment Officer, Fixed Income discussed recent market events.

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March 10th Market Update: Listen to Replay

March 10, 2020

On March 10, Matt Toms, CFA, CIO, Fixed Income and Randy Parrish, CFA, Head of Credit, hosted a market update call to discuss ongoing volatility.

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Fixed Income 2020 Outlook

January 9, 2020

Listen to Matt Toms, Voya Investment Management's Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income, as he shares how Voya is positioning portfolios against this uncertain mark

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Quarterly Fixed Income Perspectives Webinar

October 10, 2019

In case you missed it, listen to Voya's Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income Matt Toms, CFA share our views about the yield curve, the potential for negative rates

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2019 Fixed Income Market Outlook: Corporate Bond Risk

July 11, 2019

In case you missed it, listen to Voya's CIO of Fixed Income Matt Toms, CFA to understand how our view of risk in the corporate bond space has evolved.

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2019 Long-Term Capital Markets Forecasts

February 27, 2019

Join Voya Investment Management’s Barbara Reinhard, CFA, Head of Asset Allocation and Amit Sinha, Head of Multi-Asset Design, as they discuss our 2019 long-term capital mar

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2019 Fixed Income Outlook

January 10, 2019

In case you missed it, listen to Voya’s CIO of Fixed Income, Matt Toms, CFA explain why we expect markets will overshoot in 2019 as investors overestimate downside risks.