IPE magazine June 2023
May 2022 (Magazine)
* Data as of 31 March 2022. Forecast risk estimate for each index measured by the respective US, World and Emerging Markets Qontigo model variants
The fund will pursue an active risk management approach, especially in volatile asset classes
June 2023 (Magazine)
With the prospect of weaker growth, volatility and higher inflation and rates, strategists argue for more selectivity in investments
The manager of Norway’s sovereign wealth fund kickstarted its diversity and inclusion programme in 2020, and has since focused on embracing new measures to become more diverse
Private equity needs to prove its ability to adapt to a vastly changed investment landscape to remain an attractive asset class for limited partners (LPs) such as pension funds and insurance groups.
Pensions can be seen as a dry industry, but an array of initiatives is seeking to support younger professionals
May 2023 (Magazine)
Kazuo Ueda, is the first new governor of the Bank of Japan (BoJ) in 10 years. One of outgoing governor Haruhiko Kuroda’s last moves was to widen the yield curve control (YCC) band on 10-year bonds from +/-25bps to +/-50bps. The reaction from the bond market over the following few days was to trade to the new upper limit.
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