The euro-zone appears to be in a low-growth liquidity trap redolent of Japan
Rising US government debt levels are posing a conundrum for bond investors
US Treasuries have slumped in value but still have the allure of a safe haven
Greece has come a long way since the turbulent summer of 2015 but it still looks vulnerable as the end of its bailout looms
Coverage ratio down by 4% in third quarter, consultancy reports
After the ECB’s announcement of more QE, we asked two pension funds how they plan to manage the prospect of lower yields
Gregor Asshoff (pictured), board member of ZVK, the pension fund for Germany’s construction workers, talks to Carlo Svaluto Moreolo about upcoming asset allocation shifts
By his own account Nico Marais is an extraordinarily lucky man. The CEO of Wells Fargo Asset Management (WFAM) is keen to use every opportunity to emphasise his good fortune. In Marais’s modest telling of his own story, his success is thanks to the qualities of others, rather than to his own merits. “It’s the story of my life. I’ve just always worked for amazing people,” ...
We asked two pension funds whether the distinction between emerging and developed markets still makes sense
Harold Clijsen CIO of Dutch multi-sector Pensioenfonds PGB, speaks to Carlo Svaluto Moreolo about asset allocation, sustainable investment and member communications
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