Ex-Muzinich & Co management team
The Big Question: What can Andrew Bailey do to make the Bank of England a more open and diverse place to work?
Challenges for newly-appointed governor
Over 1,300 nominations received
We believe the move of US dollar/Chinese renminbi above seven during early August is symbolic, and the country has explained it is in response to the US-imposed tariffs on Chinese goods.
Effects of low-interest rate environment
Which funds made the cut?
Archie Beeching joins after seven years with UN PRI
Spent three years at BNY Mellon
Duration has remained steady in European sector
SharingAlpha has revealed the top-rated funds by its fund selector users as at the end of January, with Terry Smith's (pictured) Fundsmith topping the charts as the most highly-rated provider, while his £14bn Equity fund was the most popular in fund-of-funds...
Honouring the industry's trailblazers
Active and passive categories
Has spent nine years at firm
Brazil is a good illustration of why many investors remain wary of emerging market debt (EMD), despite the serious attractions of the asset class.
New fund managed by Warren Hyland
It may seem strange to consider emerging markets a potential safe haven, but arguably that is now the view of many of those looking to mitigate the political uncertainties in Europe and the US.
The US is in the midst of regime change. We are still waiting to see how much of his 100-day plan US President Donald Trump will - or can - put into effect, but fiscal stimulus and spending plans on the scale proposed could be transformative.
Emerging market debt has gained more than 15% in 2016, outperforming all other major asset classes and markets, and confounding the roundly pessimistic expectations at the start of the year.
Recognising specialist boutiques and passive investing
Investment Week is pleased to announce the winners of our second Specialist Investment Awards, designed to recognise boutique & specialist fund managers and passive investing.
The 'growth gap' between emerging and developed markets is widening in the former's favour and emerging markets are expected to grow by a robust 4.5% this year, according to Muzinich's Warren Hyland.
Last year a mini-tornado blew through energy markets as oil prices tumbled. This swept up many firms at the heart of the US fracking boom that had grown through high yield debt. The wider high yield market took a fair bit of collateral damage.
Europe's recovery remains choppy, slow and fragile, yet as long as it can be maintained, European high yield debt is an attractive option for investors, according to Muzinich & Co's Erick Muller.