IMA reviews currency management in fixed income funds

Natalie Kenway
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The IMA has been questioning fund groups over their exposure to currencies in their fixed income funds, with the view to tightening sector definitions.

Kames Capital's Stephen Snowden (pictured) said the trade body has been talking to fund groups about their exposure to currency markets, after learning some fund managers in the Sterling Corporate Bond...

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