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Navid Abghari on CNBC: Fed Holding Rates Artificially Low

Navid Abghari, senior portfolio manager at Angel Oak Capital Advisors, and Tom Porcelli, U.S. economist at RBC Capital Markets, join ‘Power Lunch’ to discuss the minutes from the latest Federal Reserve meeting…

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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

The COVID-19 crisis reminded all market participants it’s difficult to time credit cycles. Adhering to our philosophy of identifying the best relative value in U.S. structured and corporate credit to maximize risk-adjusted…

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Podcast: Alternative Investments: An Interview with Cheryl Pate, CFA®

Listen to Portfolio Manager Cheryl Pate discuss Angel Oak’s investment thesis and why community banks are well-positioned in today’s market environment.

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Podcast: Community Bank Update

Listen to Angel Oak’s Financials team discuss 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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Angel Oak Capital, Bury Street Capital Enter Strategic Partnership

Angel Oak Capital Advisors, LLC (“Angel Oak”), an investment management firm specializing in value-driven structured credit, announces a strategic distribution partnership with Bury Street Capital Limited, a London-based capital-raising and placement agency.…

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Matt Kennedy in MarketWatch: Companies prying open corporate bond spigot

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Colin McBurnette on Fox Business: Top Reasons Americans are Denied Mort...

Many experts say it is a good time for prospective homebuyers to think about making a purchase – but for those who plan on getting a loan from a mortgage lender, there are some common reasons…

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Nichole Hammond on Bloomberg: Credit Markets Ignore Equity Rally

Need a reason to stay cautious? Look no further than the credit markets. Measures of investor fear in the U.S. investment-grade and high-yield corporate bond markets shrugged off the rally in stocks…

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Johannes Palsson Shares His Insights on Community Banks on MutualFunds.com

Ajay Singh at Mutualfunds.com got the opportunity to have a discussion with Johannes Palsson, Managing Director and Senior Portfolio Manager at Angel Oak Capital Advisors. Johannes’ primary focus is on investment research…

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