About Principal Asset Management℠
With public and private market capabilities across all asset classes, Principal Asset ManagementSM and its specialist investment teams are focused on harnessing the potential of every opportunity to secure an advantage for its clients.
The 23rd largest manager of worldwide institutional assets, Principal Asset Management applies local insights with global perspectives to identify compelling investment opportunities and deliver distinctive solutions aligned with client objectives.1
Principal Asset Management is the global investment management business for Principal Financial Group® (Nasdaq: PFG), managing $501.5 billion in assets and recognized as a Top 10 “Best Places to Work in Money Management” for 11 consecutive years.2,3
Solutions for institutional investors
Welcome to another edition of the InsuranceAUM.com podcast. We are joined today by Kevin Farley, Managing Director, Structured Credit Portfolio Manager at Post Advisory Group, a subsidiary of Principal Financial Group.
Recession takeoff delayed but not canceled. While the timing of a recession remains uncertain, unique opportunities exist for fixed income investors as we head into the final quarter of 2023.
Executive Spotlight: Ken McCullum, Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of Principal Financial Group
Welcome to another edition of the InsuranceAUM.com podcast. We're very happy to be joined today by Ken McCullum, Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer of the Principal Financial Group.
With the likelihood of a recession growing, the landscape for fixed income investors is shifting as we enter the third quarter of 2023.
Today's topic is preferred and capital securities. And we're joined by Phil Jacoby, Executive Director and Chief Investment Officer of Spectrum, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Principal.
With the first quarter of 2023 behind us, some economic tides are starting to turn.
In 2022, historically high inflation led global central banks to make a series of bold tightening moves. In 2023, we believe this may result in a significant slowing of global growth and, in the U.S., a likely recession by the middle of 2023.