Run by Michael Weidner and Daniel Herdt
Fuelled by loose monetary policy, fixed income managers have had a tailwind for the past ten years.
Geopolitical risk still an issue
Industry Voice sponsored by T. Rowe Price: Disruption in its various forms—technological, political, economic, and monetary—is likely to drive global financial markets in the coming year.
When we look back at 2018, the market made several mistakes.
Coping with changing investment attitudes
Managed by Henrik Stille
Started in October 2017
Investors seeing value in corporate and government bonds
Followed by property, North American equities and emerging markets equities funds
Increased weighting to gilts as well
Launches The Nordea 1 - European Corporate Stars Bond fund
As 2019 gets underway, the macro environment is worsening.
Challenging times as QE era comes to an end
MPs vote 432 - 202 against the deal
May's deal defeated
Over half AUM from his personal estate
Average duration of two years
The case for keeping bonds in porfolios
Bond funds severely affected
Issuance rose to £22.1bn in 2017/8
Seeing increased demand for ABS