This year high-yield investors will have to weather not only the winding up of quantitative easing but additional political challenges
Leveraged loans have performed well recently but regulators are expressing concerns about risks
The peculiarity of bank debt is that it can be issued by institutions with strong balance sheets
The positive global economic outlook brings possibilities for investors in high-yield and credit
Employees respond positively as Henkel offers one-off payment to reduce DB liabilities
Plus: Hybrid pension plan accounting; Politicians call for break up of ‘big four’; FRC publishes draft plan and budget
IFRS Interpretations Committee says discounts on overpayments to DC plans shouldn’t mean DB treatment is necessary
It has become fashionable to insist on the importance of taking a long-term view but few achieve it in practice
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Dmytro Sheludchenko of Sweden’s AP1 buffer fund explains how it constructs and manages its factor-investing portfolios
Christian Böhm, CEO of Austria’s APK Pensionskasse, talks about the organisation’s blend of dynamic and long-term investment strategy
The growth of non-bank lending in Europe is often mentioned as a trend that could radically transform the European economy. This remains to be seen, but if banks gradually give some of their dominance in the lending market, then firms such as Cheyne Capital Management stand to benefit.
We asked European pension funds whether they see value in investing in UK assets. Despite the uncertainty regarding Brexit, most still see opportunities in the long term
Paul Droop (pictured), CIO of the Bank of Ireland’s staff pension scheme, tells Carlo Svaluto Moreolo about his approach to building a shockproof portfolio