TCW senior bond manager Laird Landmann tells Nick Fitzpatrick about trading at the time of Lehman Brothers’ collapse and – now that the Fed is raising rates – envisages a period of difficult price discovery in fixed income.
US fund giant PGIM Investments has raised $2.5 billion into its Ucits fund range since launching in Europe five years ago. Chief executive Stuart Parker tells Mark Latham about the firm’s expansion plans and the challenges of breaking into the European market.
The chief executive of Jersey Finance tells George Mitton about private placement, reputation and why Jersey does not lead on price.
In a low-yield environment tinged with political uncertainty, the pressure on investment managers is intense – but A conservative, straightforward and slightly esoteric approach is proving to be a winning strategy, Quilter Cheviot’s Michael Bull tells Romil Patel.
The next chapter of BlueBay's story will feature ESG and investing through interest rate changes, CEO Erich Gerth tells Nick Fitzpatrick.
The chief executive of Calastone talks to George Mitton about blockchain, vapourware and why an acquisition might not be far away.