fixed income

Apr 28, 2011

In part two, the panel talk about the shift from equities to fixed income, potential bubbles, absolute return funds and future challenges. Chaired by Nick Fitzpatrick (part 2)

Apr 28, 2011

Policy change brings caution. And none are more prudent than those in the investments industry. Funds Europe met with a group of leading asset managers to find out what impact these regulations will have on their clients, and in the coporate world. Chaired by Nick Fitzpatrick

Apr 19, 2011

Shot_glassHigh-yield bonds are much in demand among investors. Nicholas Pratt examines how post-trade processes are coping with the rising volume

Apr 19, 2011

Recycling_signRecent fund data showed outflows from bonds. Yet the high-yield sector remains popular. George Mitton discovers how the financial crisis helped this asset class rid itself of a bad reputation

Apr 18, 2011

DiamondThe Ucits-compliant hedge fund world is growing and multi-manager structures have emerged. But Angele Spiteri Paris finds providers are concerned how their regulated products compare with unregulated structures...


Apr 15, 2011

AndyAndy Lin is the type of person that European fund managers should get used to hearing about. If investment managers from the emerging world really are to compete globally with their developed-world counterparts for the assets of the future then Lin, the 37-year-old CEO of China Universal Asset Management, is quite likely to be visible among the vanguard.

Mar 21, 2011

OfferingUS fixed income manager Pimco is hoping to attract more UK clients by offering two of its funds on Skandia's UK investment platform.

Mar 17, 2011

ETFBut the growth of alternative strategies that are being sold as ETFs is a challenge for the industry and for investors, says Debbie Fuhr of BlackRock

Mar 17, 2011

ImpactThe knock-on effects of the European debt crisis continue to exert pressure on the fixed income market, says Coline Fernandez of Standard & Poor's Valuation & Risk Strategies.

Mar 16, 2011

Food_for_thoughtBlame the political uprisings in the Mena region for a drop in emerging market local currency debt yields at your peril, writes Fiona Rintoul. This asset class is more resilient than you think

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