fixed income

Jun 17, 2011

Securities lending agreements in the US were found to be robust, despite the crisis. Expertsdiscuss market challenges and developments. (part 2)

Roundtable_Us

Dennis Fernez (NY State Insurance Department), Josh Galper (Finadium), Anne Sylvester (JP Morgan WSS)
Freeman Wood (Mercer Sentinel), Laurie Zeppieri (Citi)

Jun 16, 2011

Chrisophe_GirondelNordea Investment Funds' head of global distribution, Christophe Girondel, talks to Nick Fitzpatrick about product demand and the firm's position in Latin America.

Jun 13, 2011

Lipper_logoAfter hitting a ten-month low in March, European fund sales recovered throughout April clocking inflows of €24.8bn, with equity funds coming out on top.

Jun 10, 2011

Heart_monitorWith increased assets under management in the European fund and asset management business, Fiona Rintoul asks if the industry has recovered from the financial meltdown


Jun 10, 2011

Yvnge-SlyngstadAs an after-effect of the financial crisis, an uncomplicated approach to investment is a good thing. Yvnge Slyngstad of NBIM tells Funds Europe how the Norwegian sovereign wealth fund is changing the way it invests.

Jun 03, 2011

Schroders_logoWestern Asset Management's head of Singapore, Rajeev De Mello, has been appointed as head of Asian fixed income at Schroders, replacing How Phuang-Goh who will retire in September.

May 24, 2011

Fitch_Ratings_logoEuropean investors have remained relatively optimistic about the prospects of high-yield bonds, but their positive outlook is slowly fading as default rate forecasts are due to increase.

May 20, 2011

MeditationThe Nordic equity markets have had a good run, but the beginning of this year may not bode so well. Angèle Spiteri Paris analyses investor appetite

May 19, 2011

Massimo_TosatoAs DB pensions went into decline, so did Schroders. But memories of lost pension clients are evermore distant as a new client base emerged. Angele Spiteri Paris speaks to executive vice chairman Massimo Tosato

May 19, 2011

ElectricityInstitutional investors are likely to increase e-trading in the near future, says Rupert Warmington of Tradeweb, as vanilla products prevail and regulators push for price transparency

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