Supplements»Global Industry 2019

George_MuzinichGeorge Muzinich’s eponymous firm has stuck to fixed income for 31 years. Once “awed” by corporate bonds, the firm has since branched into less vanilla debt investment against a background of lower yields. Nick Fitzpatrick reports.

Siege_of_JargeauAnd more change. A small reduction in market share among larger asset managers is partly explained by the rise of alternative asset classes, finds Alan Chalmers.

Japanese_cityArmin Choksey and Conal McMahon of PwC in Singapore say there is a large-scale and diverse demand for products in Asia-Pacific.

Investors still struggle with asset allocation due to low real returns from bonds. Also discussed are diversity and model portfolios.