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Special Report Fixed Income Strategy: No more easy gains

October 2016 (Magazine)By

What started as an emergency measure looks like it has become a permanent state of affairs.

The fall and fall of interest rates

October 2016 (Magazine)By

To understand the current low level of interest rates, it is necessary to see it as the culmination of a trend that goes back to the 1980s

Euro-Zone: Unquantifiable QE

October 2016 (Magazine)By Caroline Hay

The effects of the European Central Bank’s quantitative easing programme are yet to be quantified, leading some to think of it as the world’s biggest ‘experiment’. Caroline Hay reports

US Bonds: The only game in town

October 2016 (Magazine)

The US bond market is benefiting from negative interest rates in Europe and elsewhere. Christopher O’Dea reports

Corporate Bonds: Investment-grade boost

October 2016 (Magazine)By

Central bank action in the UK and euro-zone has boosted the investment-grade corporate bond market. Lynn Strongin Dodds examines whether this can continue

High Yield: A risk worth taking

October 2016 (Magazine)

Despite the inherent risks, pension funds are looking to high-yield debt and syndicated loans in their search for above-average returns, as Anthony Harrington explains

Emerging debt attractions

October 2016 (Magazine)By

Institutional investors have under-invested in emerging market corporate debt so far, but Joseph Mariathasan finds the asset class’s attractive fundamentals mean this may change soon

UK embraces multi-asset

October 2016 (Magazine)By Charlotte Moore

While multi-asset fixed income strategies have been popular in the UK for some time, European investors are only just beginning to take notice, says Charlotte Moore

Church of England: Showing faith in private debt

October 2016 (Magazine)By

Gail Moss explains why the Church of England Pensions Board is putting its faith in the US private-debt sector

Ircantec: Focusing on growth

October 2016 (Magazine)

The French supplementary pension scheme Ircantec’s plan to diversify its portfolio could be hampered by newly proposed regulatory requirements on asset allocation, says Gail Moss

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Stockholm, Sweden

AP1 awards $400m global high-yield mandate to Hermes

Fri, 20 Oct 2017By

Swedish pension fund cites Hermes’ approach to ESG risk pricing

St Paul's Cathedral, London

Church of England Pension Board chief executive dies

Fri, 20 Oct 2017By

Bernadette Kenny had led the board of the Church of England’s pension arrangements since 2011

Dutch Parliament buildings in the Hague, the Netherlands

Large Dutch funds criticise proposed pensions system overhaul

Fri, 20 Oct 2017By ,

Building sector scheme: “Abolishing average pensions accrual unnecessary”

Fiona Reynolds PRI

PRI signatory delisting model to come into effect before year-end

Fri, 20 Oct 2017By

Underperforming investors that do not step up their game face being stripped of status after two years

Stock market returns

Quarterly results boost funding for largest Dutch schemes

Fri, 20 Oct 2017By

Pension funds report quarterly returns of up to 1.9% and year-to-date results of up to 3.9%

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