Topping up exposure on weakness
Third Avenue froze withdrawals from $788m vehicle
Amid fears of sell-off
Fitch Ratings has said bond managers' efforts to improve the liquidity profile of their funds are still insufficient to meet redemptions if investors begin rushing for the exit.
Deputy governor Cunliffe issues warning
Increase in corporate failures
FCA to conduct further research
Improvements for larger funds
Invesco Perpetual duo on challenges for today's investors
Further liquidity strain for bonds
Smart beta strategies gain traction
Recent market volatility adds to uncertainty
Staff blog addresses growing concerns
Investors urged not to panic ahead of rate hikes
BoE chief asks 135 groups for liquidity information
Managers reveal their best contrarian trades
Invesco Perpetual's fixed income team have said the sector faces "strong headwinds" for some time as summer volatility returns, and markets anticipate interest rate hikes.
Chinese ETFs have been hit by price swings and wide valuation gaps as a result of the suspension of trading on a large proportion of Chinese stocks last week.
Kevin Corrigan, head of fundamental fixed income at Lombard Odier Investment Managers, explains how conventional market cap indices often leave bond investors exposed to the countries and companies that are borrowing the most.
The Bank of England's Financial Policy Committee (FPC) has asked for more detail on how fund groups are guarding against liquidity risks, as policymakers step up their scrutiny of asset managers.
Why investors shouldn't dismiss whole asset classes
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has used the annual Mansion House speech to warn that asset managers must prepare for the consequences of normalising monetary conditions.
Large fixed income houses are being forced to expand the overseas investment capacity of their funds and use more derivatives in a bid to mitigate liquidity risks in the bond market.
Morgan Stanley has warned of an approaching 'triple taper tantrum next year if the US, Japan and Europe all taper their monetary policies at the same time.