Institutional fixed income investors set to take on greater risk in 2024

84% of those surveyed

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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Most institutional fixed income investors are set to increase the levels of risk in their investments over the next year, a survey has found.

Research from Aeon Investments revealed that 84% of those surveyed plan to increase levels of risk in 2024, with one in ten making a dramatic increase, compared to just 1% who will decrease levels of risk. 'What is different this time?': Experts debate a delayed 'year of the bond' Over the next three years, 38% of investors said they planned to make dramatic increases to their level of risk, while 44% will make slight increases. The survey also found that 88% of respondents said their portfolio will have a greater global allocation to fixed income over the next three years, with 35...

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