2020 Mid-Year Outlook Video

Watch Angel Oak’s portfolio management team discuss the first half of 2020 and share their expectations for structured and corporate credit performance during the remainder of the year.

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2020 Mid-Year Outlook

Read Angel Oak's review of the first half of 2020 and its expectations for the remainder of the year.

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Angel Oak Capital Advisors Virtual Investor Event

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 11:00 AM Eastern

Join us for a discussion on the Current Status of U.S. Residential Mortgage Credit

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Sam Dunlap
CIO, Public Strategies

Namit Sinha
CIO, Private Strategies

Colin McBurnette
Senior Portfolio Manager

Community Bank Update

In our latest podcast, the team discusses the current fundamentals of community banks, M&A activity, and the investment opportunities in community banks going forward amid recent market volatility.

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Community Banks Remain a Compelling Investment Opportunity

Read why Angel Oak is still bullish on banks despite recent market volatility in our latest whitepaper.

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Sam Dunlap joins Bloomberg Real Yield

Senior Portfolio Manager, Sam Dunlap joined Bloomberg Real Yield to discuss negative rates, the Fed, and why the team continues to favor U.S. residential mortgage credit.

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Investing in Short Duration High Quality Bonds

Watch Clayton Triick as he speaks about investing in short duration high quality bonds.

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Community Bank Debt: A Compelling Opportunity

Watch Navid Abghari as he speaks about compelling opportunities in community bank debt.

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Fundamental Backdrop of the U.S. Residential Mortgage Market

Watch Sam Dunlap as he speaks about the fundamental backdrop of the U.S. residential mortgage market.

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