Working on rates and financials team
Claims PIMCO refused to pay 2014 bonus
Credit funds in firing line
Demand for safe haven assets
Given the threat of imminent rate rises, it might seem to be safer to invest in European bonds than US bonds.
Lynas retires after 25 years
To acquire Vision Group
Kirill Pyshkin, fund manager at Mirabaud Asset Management, says the recent underperformance of global high dividend stocks is unusual, so should investors be taking advantage of the buying opportunity?
So far in 2015, the European high yield market has defied many by outperforming that of the US. Many had believed the dislocation in US high yield, widely blamed on slumping oil prices at the end of 2014, would leave room for it to outperform Europe in...
To run two funds from November
Fund launch in October
Amid the rise of unconstrained fixed income funds and index strategies, it is easy to forget benchmark-relative, active fixed income mutual funds remain popular with investors – and with good reason.
Trainee joins from PwC
Independent groups' AUMs soar
China worries overblown
Results of six-month investigation
Banks forced to scale back role
Invesco Perpetual duo on challenges for today's investors
No need for 'violent reaction'
Further liquidity strain for bonds
Co-managers to take over funds
Extension of existing strategy
Investors casting doubt on effectiveness of monetary policy