Funded 40% of IPOs
Global uncertainty since Brexit
Should 'alleviate financial shocks'
Growing regulatory pressures
SLI's Curran on US credit
Next month, the European Central Bank (ECB) will begin buying European investment grade corporate bonds as part of its quantitative easing economic stimulus programme, writes Charles Schwab director Collin Martin.
Jon Curran, senior vice president credit at Standard Life Investments, explains why with a corporate leverage risk looming, picking the right bonds has become paramount in today's low yield environment
Draghi to buy corporate bonds in June
Last month's paper on corporate bonds
Fall in whole economy profits
Donald Trump standing as Republican candidate
Driven by negativity towards UK equities
'Liquidity improved' claims at odds with managers
Findings come from occasional paper
Manager of £15.5bn bond fund
Lombard Odier IM's Kevin Corrigan explores opportunities in the 'crossover' credit zone - a lesser-loved group of corporate bonds rated BBB and BB - which sit either side of the divide between investment grade and high yield bonds.
Ongoing charge of 12bps
Fifth return to bond market
100% of respondents think Brexit will not happen
Neuberger Berman's Julian Marks explores the growth of corporate hybrids, which have seen some 300% growth in the past two years alone
Effective from 29 January
Allows investors to manage currency volatility
Reduces US dollar exposure
Topping up exposure on weakness