As active fixed income investors for more than 50 years, we believe that active management is the responsible way to navigate the complexities of the vast global fixed income universe – and today, we believe it matters more than ever. Viewpoints Why Active Fixed Income Matters More Today Finding opportunities to enhance yield while managing the growing credit risk may not be possible for passive – but we believe it is critical for investors in today’s markets. Watch Now History of Active Outperformance PIMCO’s bond strategies aim to actively help you succeed. Seeking to beat their benchmark indexes, they also, importantly, focus on rigorous risk management to pursue consistent attractive risk-adjusted returns. 5-Year Percentage of PIMCO Assets Outperforming Benchmarks (After Fees) Bond Strategies You Can Build On PIMCO's active bond strategies seek to help clients address their current needs and longer-term objectives. Each is backed by PIMCO's time-tested investment process and global resources - which helps create an advantage for active managers and we believe a necessity in challenging environments. Diversify with Core Bonds Add Flexibility while Seeking to Generate Income Uncover Opportunities in Emerging Markets Access a Spectrum of Credit Opportunities Look Beyond Traditional Cash Resources For Advisors Discover how active bond managers have performed (after fees) compared to passive, and the potential risks of passive bond strategies. Download For Investors Explore the active advantage in fixed income in our investor-friendly brochure, which highlights active outperformance over the long term. Download In Focus: Active Bond ETFs Learn why active bond ETFs may make a difference for today’s investors and how PIMCO’s solutions can help meet their objectives. Download Frequently Asked Questions Can you really beat the market? Why might active work for bonds and not equities? How can investors benefit from active management in a rising rate environment? Let's Continue the Conversation Connect with our team today.