Plans for fixed income offering
In the immediate aftermath of the last recession and accompanying financial crisis, there was every reason to expect companies to be reticent about embarking on long-term, productivity-enhancing investment programmes.
Managers tell Investment Week about the difficulties of dealing with record low yields in traditional fixed income sectors, and whether areas such as emerging market debt are worth considering.
Gilbert ranked 18th
Considers new asset classes
Henderson/Janus merger start of consolidation
Draw between candidates
Herd mentality in markets
Held high cash levels for three years
There is something of a yawning disconnect between investment rhetoric and portfolio reality when it comes to the knotty issues of ethical and sustainable investing. Lots of financial professionals nod wisely about the importance of ESG factors, and then...
Heightened sensitivity to economic events post-Lehman Brothers' collapse is leading to increased volatility in markets, especially with regards to the shares of financial institutions, according to Gurnek Bains, chairman of multinational corporate psychology...
Eighth anniversary of collapse of Lehman Brothers
Brexit triggers disenfranchised vote
Eight years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers' triggered the global financial collapse, fund managers reveal the biggest lessons learned and those which remain on the horizon and are continuing to threaten the asset management industry.
Tech sector dominates
FTSE 100 stronger
Data shows clear Trump win
Investors have become too short-sighted
But not on the table for the US
Mark Robinson, chief investment officer of Bordier UK, takes a closer look at some of the pressure points and bright spots for global markets.
Previously issued similar warning about China
Key data stronger, but markets unconvinced
Bonds and equities still look attractive
Committee members believe more data is needed