The Highland Flexible Income UCITS Fund is a long-only, total return strategy focused on floating rate structured credit (CLOs).

The strategy seeks to generate high current income (currently 4% – 5%, net of hedging), plus the potential for incremental return through capital appreciation. CLOs are floating rate instruments that will benefit from rising rates. The Fund invests globally through a combination of fundamental security analysis and dynamic allocation across ratings categories.

Highland Capital is a pioneer in leveraged corporate credit investing. Founded by Jim Dondero and Mark Okada in 1993, Highland has been involved in the leveraged loan asset class since its infancy and was one of the first non-bank/insurance firm to issue a CLO in 1996.  Today, Highland is a global credit manager that specializes in mandates for investors seeking value-based, active exposure to public corporate credit. The Firm’s area of expertise is the leveraged finance market where it provides bespoke and commingled solutions in both single-sector and multi-sector strategies in leveraged loans, high yield bonds, and structured credit (CLOs).

Highland is an SEC-registered investment adviser. The Firm is headquartered in Dallas, Texas and maintains offices in New York, Sao Paulo, Singapore, Buenos Aires and Seoul.


Highland Flexible Income UCITS Fund


Targeted Access to Floating Rate Debt – Access to a 100% leveraged loan portfolio in UCITS form via CLO tranches.  CLO debt base rates reset quarterly, helping limit exposure to interest rate risks.  With yields near historic lows, floating rate debt may mitigate risks to future central bank tightening.


Market Inefficiencies Can Create Alpha Opportunities – CLO spreads offer significant yield pick-up similarly rated corporate credit.  As real-money investors’ take-up of CLOs gathers pace, spreads should continue to narrow.  Volatility of BB tranches have been high during periods of market weakness, providing compelling opportunities to enhance total return.


Structural Protection from Credit Loss – Overcollateralization can provide significant protection from default loss.  Collateral tests result in lower exposure to CCC issuers and second lien structures than the broad market index.


An Industry Pioneer – Highland Capital Management, L.P., issued one of the first non-bank CLOs in 1996.  Today, Highland has issued approximately $30Bn in CLOs and currently employs a 19 person team dedicated CLO and loan collateral research.

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