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Anleihe für Anleihe: Rising Stars im Wohnimmobiliensektor aufspüren

PIMCOs Portfoliomanager Mohit Mittal und Credit-Research-Analystin Jessica Tom erläutern, wie PIMCO mittels unabhängigem Research erfolgreich im Wohnimmobilienzyklus agieren und positive Veränderungen in einem Wandbauplatten-Unternehmen erkennen konnte.

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Aerial shot of a neighborhood with text highlighting different sectors such as residential construction, home improvement, REITs, existing home sales, building materials, infrastructure, nonresidential construction, and public works spending.

Mohit Mittal, Portfolio Manager, Liability Driven Investment and Credit:The housing sector is about 15% of the U.S. economy, which includes construction activity, which includes transaction activity, lending activity. So, what happened in the housing sector impacts the entire economy. There are so many different opportunities within this sector. My name is Mohit Mittal. I'm a managing director and portfolio manager at PIMCO.

Jessica Tom, Executive Vice President, Credit Research Analyst:Housing is a great sector to follow.

Series of shots of Jessica Tom working.

It’s so multidisciplinary in terms of looking beyond the financial statements, but to really understand what drives demand. My name is Jessica Tom. I’m a credit research analyst here at PIMCO. The research process here is analytical and bottoms-up. We take a very active approach.

Shots of PIMCO employees working.

There is such a focus on looking for what’s going to happen in the market before it actually happens.

Text on screen: Bond by Bond – Finding Rising Stars in Housing

When you look at historical housing cycles, they typically lasted three to five years with the recovery lasting two to three.

Shots of a video conference meeting.

The way we have formed the team here with a good portion of very senior analysts who have 10 to 15 years of experience covering their sectors, many of us have seen a full cycle, from peak to trough.

Archival shots from the 2008 financial crisis.

Mohit:Prior to the financial crisis, we would actually underweight the sector. We were bearish on the housing market.

Shots of Mohit and Jessica working.

When we saw prices falling to a point that it looked very attractive. We also saw that inventories were clearing at a pace that was faster than what the market and we were anticipating. So we starting to look for opportunities to invest.

A construction site with text highlighting different sectors involved such as steel, shipping, utilities, construction equipment, infrastructure, and concrete.

As we started to see pickup in construction activity, we shifted our focus to building material companies.

Shots of stacks of wood in a warehouse and a window filled with real estate listings.

As house prices improved, we started to see pickup in transaction activity, which is when we shifted our focus to title insurance companies.

Shots of PIMCO employees working.

So over time we think we have been successful in navigating this particular housing cycle.

Jessica:One of the benefits of having a very large research team is that analysts are allowed to really dig deep into small, discrete issuers.

We build our own models. We visit the companies and we build our relationships directly with the issuers.

Text on screen: PIMCO Credit Research - Deeply Know Issuers, Proprietary Models, Onsite Visits, Relationships (CFOs, CTOs, COOs, Sales, Risk Officers, Technology Officers)

Mohit:We are active managers and about a third of the time our ratings are different from the rating agency ratings.

Shot of Mohit walking through office.

Chart: A chart lists PIMCO rating (A-, B+, BBB-) and agency ratings (A-, B+, BB) for three hypothetical companies.

In the cases where our views are better than the current state of the company we will call that a rising star company.

Shots of a construction site with text highlighting different sectors involved such as steel, transportation, wallboard, lumber, and construction equipment.

Jessica:For example, having followed this wallboard company for a long period of time we were able to identify that there were real changes going on in the business where the company was implementing significant cost savings,

Shots of wallboard manufacturing.

undertaking divestiture of assets to de-lever and evolve from a highly levered, barely generating any free cash flow company into a very conservative rising star. We were able to have faith in the company even when the market didn’t.

Chart: A chart lists Standard & Poor's bond ratings (AAA, AA, A, BBB, BB, B, CCC, CC, C).

And today, with their financial discipline they were upgraded from triple C to high double B.

Mohit:By construct, the passive investors will miss out on such opportunities, because they are investing based upon what the current state of the company instead of anticipating where the company is headed.

Shots of PIMCO employees working.

We recognize we will not be successful all the time but we think our framework is such that we will be able to add value consistently. We are looking at the fundamentals of companies today, but we are trying to think about what they’ll look like two years from today. The market will get there in the future but we want to get there first.


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