2021 Market Outlook

See our views on the opportunities in structured and corporate credit

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Angel Oak Senior Management Discusses Commitment to ESG Principles

Angel Oak has been committed to ESG since its inception. Its investment team explains why the firm is ahead of competitors and how Angel Oak is evolving ESG.

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Finding Attractive Yield in Short-Term Strategies

Read why Angel Oak believes short-term investors should favor actively managed structured credit allocations as money market yields are back near zero.

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Virtual Investor Event: U.S. Community and Regional Banks

Watch a virtual update on the health of community and regional banks in today’s markets including investment opportunities in rated and non-rated debt in today’s market environment with a focus on ESG and sustainable initiatives.

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