Global and Core Fixed Income Product Strategist
Ms. Adatia is an executive vice president and product strategist in the London office, focusing on global fixed income and ESG strategies. Previously, she was an account manager focusing on the Middle East and North Africa region and servicing institutional clients. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2004, she was on the consultant relationship team at Henderson Global Investors and was also an investment associate at Hewitt in London. She has 17 years of investment experience and holds an undergraduate degree in economics and actuarial science from the University of Southampton.
Cyclical Outlook: Peak Policy, Peak Inflation, Peak Growth
30 June 2021
Learn key insights from our recent Cyclical Forum, including our outlook on policy, inflation and growth, and how investors can navigate the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Where We See Opportunity in Risk Assets
03 May 2021
We see opportunity in public and private credit markets, find value in non-agency mortgages and prefer cyclicals to growth stocks – with a focus on flexibility and active management to find the winners in the global rebound.
Finding Opportunity – and Security – in Securitized Assets
31 March 2022
In extremely uncertain environments, the extra protection that securitized assets may provide can help build resiliency at a relatively low cost. Dan Ivascyn, Group CIO, talks about where we see attractive opportunities in the securitized markets.
Positioning Portfolios in a Fast Moving Cycle
27 January 2022
Explore our take on investing amid full valuations and higher volatility, why selectivity matters and how we’re positioning portfolios to maintain their long-term potential while taking advantage of short-term market moves.
Investing Amid Higher Volatility and Uncertainty
27 January 2022
Learn why we’re likely to see more volatility and uncertainty in 2022, the three important developments impacting the outlook and how investors can navigate the fast-moving cycle ahead.
2022 Outlook: Inflation in Context
28 January 2022
Get our view on why inflation remains persistently elevated, where we think it’s headed and why yield levels remain relatively low despite concerns about inflation risk.