Gold is unlike any commodity and institutional investors increasingly recognise the precious metal’s potential as a risk management asset, the World Gold Council says.
Institutional investors are gearing up to buy into the Chinese government bond market, as more global indices are adding these bonds, SSGA says.
Despite the pandemic, distressed debt is not the main opportunity in the alternative credit sector, Willis Towers Watson argues.
In partnership with Capital Group, [i3] hosted a webinar to discuss US utilities within the global corporate bond sector.
In this webinar co-hosted with IFM Investors, we examined the market for local (Australian) private credit, and discuss the portfolio construction considerations for investors.
A rise in inflation might be around the corner and institutional investors would do well to prepare for this risk, MLC’s Jonathan Armitage says.
Frontier has appointed new members to its consultancy team, including a Senior Consultant, specialising in debt and currency.
Emerging market debt is a volatile asset class, but there are ways to manage this volatility through thoughtful portfolio construction, Aviva Investors’ Aaron Grehan says.
Liquidity sleeves that mimic a fund’s strategic asset allocation with ETFs could help asset owners navigate bouts of volatility, as seen during the months of March and April this year, iShares says.