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Banking Outlook: Rising from the Ashes

In this whitepaper, Angel Oak’s Financials Strategies team outlines the circumstances that have led to the banking system’s most significant disruption since the Global Financial Crisis and shares its thoughts on the likely outcomes and potential opportunities.

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Cheryl Pate Recognized in “Women At The Forefront Of Alternative ...

Senior Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate, CFA was named one of the “Women at the Forefront of Alternative Investments” in the second edition of iConnections’ report published in partnership with CPP Investments. This annual report is intended to showcase the array of female talent within the alternatives industry and the key role they play.

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Favorable Fundamentals in the Housing Market

CIO of Public Strategies Sam Dunlap and Chief Portfolio Strategist David Wells share several factors they believe will provide a tailwind to mortgage credit and housing prices even in the face of a potential recessionary environment.

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Cheryl Pate on Bloomberg Radio’s Drive to Close

Senior Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate, CFA joined Bloomberg Radio to share her outlook on the commercial real estate sector, expectations for regional and community banks, and how Angel Oak is positioned to navigate today’s markets.

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Angel Oak Companies Appoints Manmohan Singh as Group Chief Financial Of...

Manmohan “Manu” Singh has been appointed group chief financial officer of Angel Oak Companies. He currently serves as managing director and head of corporate development at Angel Oak.

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Bulled Up on Banks

The series of recent events in the U.S. banking sector has resulted in a significant loss of confidence in the space, and the resulting regulatory response may be like that seen in the wake of the Global Financial Crisis. For investors, opportunities like this are rare. Learn why Angel Oak’s financials team remains convinced in the soundness of the banking system and its ability to emerge stronger.

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The Front End is Alive

The Federal Reserve’s inflation battle has brought the front end of the yield curve to life. Sam Dunlap and David Wells urge investors to rethink their views on ultra-short strategies, as they now have the potential to deliver high income with possible price appreciation within a diversified fixed income allocation.

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Colin McBurnette on The Alternative Investment Podcast: Are Bonds the N...

Senior Portfolio Manager Colin McBurnette joined The Alternative Investment Podcast to share Angel Oak’s latest market outlook for 2023, break down our strategies in structured credit, and share how those strategies play an important role in investors’ portfolios given today’s environment.

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Sam Dunlap in Pensions & Investments: Angel Oak Capital exec predi...

Despite a potential short-lived recession on the horizon, the fixed-income market presents attractive opportunities for investors. In this market outlook piece, CIO of Public Strategies, Sam Dunlap, provides key insights for institutional investors.

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Sam Dunlap in WSJ: Money managers are urging clients to buy bonds while...

CIO Sam Dunlap spoke to the Wall Street Journal about opportunities for investors to boost fixed-income holdings in a traditional portfolio.

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