Magazine Issues»March 2018

Apple_orchardBoosted by the financial crisis, the alternative credit market has been growing in the US. Now, even though economies are recovering, the asset class may be poised to thrive in Europe. Catherine Lafferty reports.

Digital_fingerprintAn initiative to identify counterparties more easily has gained pace in Europe thanks to MiFID II, finds Nicholas Pratt.

James_DuncanThe UK’s residential income investment market is changing rapidly with increased political focus, leasehold reform, new entrants and insatiable housing demand.

Sequoia_treeManulife Asset Management’s investment roots date back more than a century.

Mark_CernickyThe late stages of the credit cycle have traditionally been challenging times for high yield as central banks raise rates and companies increase their leverage.

Mike_ByrneWith this month marking the one-year countdown to ‘Brexit Day’ (March 29, 2019), it would be rude not to make some sort of a fuss about a topic so dear to our hearts.

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