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Diversified Credit Investments average salary is $104,000, median salary is $104,000 with a salary range from $104,000 to $104,000.
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Strategic Corporate Systems Analyst 104,000-104,000 Dallas, TX, 75201 2010 Diversified Credit Investments Strategic Corporate Systems Analyst Salaries (1)
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  • Diversified Credit Investments
  • Industry: Investment Bank/Brokerage
  • City: San Francisco, CA
  • DCI is an investment advisor with an innovative approach to fixed income management. The conventional perspective in fixed income is that the payoff comes either from predicting the direction of interest rates or from identifying mispricing in complex mortgage derivatives, and that corporate credit risk should be avoided because it does not have a satisfactory return. DCI believes, on the contrary, that corporate debt should be the central element of fixed income investments. By understanding the leveraging behavior of corporations, one can potentially create highly diversified portfolios that have lower risk and greater return than the alternatives. DCI employs objective,