What to expect, how to prepare and create opportunities out of the inevitable challenges ahead.
Opening the door to inclusive policies
Familiarity matters at times of volatility, manager argues
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Four-part Big Question special
European credit markets were hit this year by the rise in global trade tensions, a sudden spark in equity volatility and further political risks in Europe, mainly Italy.
Higher confidence and greater opportunity
Uncharacteristically immune to global risks
End of 'fragility-based' policymaking
Impact of Fed policy
Robert Vanden Assem to manage fund
Triggered by the European Central Bank's (ECB) Asset Quality Review in November 2014, credit growth across Europe has continued to improve, albeit with ongoing support from the bank, writes PineBrdige's Hani Redha.