Playbook for asset managers and investors in financial storms

Traditional strategies not sufficient

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To call the first half of 2022 challenging is an understatement. The current situation demonstrates that we could already be in a technical recession in the US.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's GDPNow data has estimated real GDP has fallen by 2.1% in Q2 2022, marking a second consecutive quarter of negative GDP growth. At the same time, the Bloomberg Misery index is back at the Global Financial Crisis levels of 12.2%. Against this volatile backdrop of unpredictable macro uncertainties traditional asset management strategies are no longer sufficient. Managers have to be more active and flexible with investment and risk management strategies. Capital preservation is also now a critical thrust, as portfolio diversification and safe haven in...

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