Lead manager is Damien Martin
Trends in second quarter this year
After several years of extraordinary central bank intervention intended to provide monetary stimulus to ailing global economies, we are finally transitioning from quantitative easing (QE) to quantitative exit.
This year has seen a continuation in 2016's trend for corporate credit. The European Central Bank (ECB) purchase programme under its quantitative easing policy has pushed corporate credit spreads tighter, starting with high-quality corporate issuers,...
Managed by Honyu Fung
Joins four active equity funds
European bond funds suffered €433bn outflows in 2008
Retail investors continue to exit UK equities; Fixed income becomes best-selling asset class in July
Best-selling sector was Global
Financial conditions are looser today than at the start of the year
Short duration bond fund
For David Katimbo-Mugwanya and Chris Hiorns
'Shocking slump' into outright deflation
Investment grade remains attractive
Managed by Rik den Hartog
$20bn to $30bn 'bespoke tranches' issued in 2017
Two income funds; two multi-asset
From May to the end of June, many investors appeared to have fallen under a spell, writes Andrew Harmstone, portfolio manager for the global multi-asset team at Morgan Stanley Investment Management.
Company's ambition exceeds its cashflow
Brexit proving a headwind
What are the pros and cons of boutique firms?
First CoCos fund for OMGI
Snowden and Hull made co-heads of fixed income at Kames
IG bonds saw €2.9bn inflows
For high yield investors, taking long credit risk in industries that are undergoing secular changes presents a challenge, writes Meridith Alin, senior credit analyst at NN Investment Partners.