The auto sector and credit markets have long had a love-hate relationship.
From 1 January 2020
Firm gets backing amid fee structure criticism
UK and Dublin-domiciled funds lowered by up to 30bps
Race to Downing Street turns to income tax and social care
2019 has been a stellar year for global bond markets, as weak global economic growth and low inflation have combined with ever more accommodative central banks to push global bond yields significantly lower.
The case for loan funds
Driven by hopes of Brexit resolution
How floating rate notes could help UK equities
Favouring credit risk over interest rate risk
Still a good case for long-duration assets
Underperforming stocks key to dividends, manager argues
Amy Kam to lead GAM Asian Income Bond strategy
To start in Q1 2020
Launch expected 'very shortly'
Myles Bradshaw will report into Iain Stealey
Shamil Pankhania joins from BlackRock
'Widespread problem’ researchers claim
New UCITS product to target long-term total returns
Population explosion still key driver of global markets
Global manufacturing continues to contract as trade falters. The Trump administration’s attempts to overhaul trade agreements are cooling sentiment and raising global uncertainty.
Asset class 'less impacted by global risk sentiment'
Reviewing their usefulness at a time of intense volatility