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High Yield Benchmarking in a Low Yield Environment
Aside from evaluating manager performance in absolute terms or in relation to a peer group, a benchmark is typically used to represent “the market” for an asset
class. It is often a mandate for investment managers to relate their respective investment strategies to an appropriate benchmark index as a tool for investors to
objectively discern if a manager has added value above the market return while also taking into account their cost.