After the success of the Shanghai-Hong Kong Stock Connect, the new Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect will complete the creation of a “single china” market.
Multi-asset funds are seeing more and more interest from a wide variety of investor types, including individuals, private banks and […]
Recent regulations have led toward higher credit differentiation between LGFVs. Still, clearer solutions are needed to provide clarity for investors.
With the ‘big five’ European football leagues cumulating a revenue of almost EUR 10 billion, investors are putting more importance on socially responsible matters.
With longevity rising in OECD countries, funding for one’s retirement period is proving to be increasingly difficult by requiring more individual saivngs.
We believe the relative attractive valuation for Asian equities provides downside support and positions Asia in a “sweet spot”. External factors also play a role.
There is a clear consensus on mankind’s activities being the main source of climate change. Yet the energy industry – […]
Investors who have been inclined to dismiss listed real estate as an attractive asset class since the financial crisis should […]
When it comes to renewable energy, many investors are being put off by three myths that could lead them to […]
The National Association of Pension Funds (NAPF) held its annual investment conference on 11-12 March 2015 in Edinburgh. The NAPF […]
On March 18, the Federal Open Markets Committee (FOMC) statement came in firmly in line with market expectations, with the […]
In assessing how attractive local currency emerging market sovereign debt is currently, we look at four criteria: changes in commodity […]
French President François Hollande and President of the Philippines Benigno S. Aquino III issued the Manila call to action on climate […]
The Danish government has set an ambitious target of weaning Denmark off fossil fuels by 2050. That may partly explain […]
Relative rather than absolute returns, prudential regulation of banks and investors requirements – three reasons why matters may not be […]
On the last day of February, the People’s Bank of China (PBoC) announced a cut in benchmark lending rates by […]
India’s budget for the fiscal year to March 2016 (FY16) has successfully managed to balance maintaining fiscal discipline and promoting […]
Summary Bund yields are now at levels implying that the eurozone has gone ‘Japanese’. We think this conclusion is premature. […]