4 insights found
23 July 2019
Is it time to buy inflation breakevens?
The bond market has been on fire since the beginning of 2019. Interest rates are lower, and spreads are tighter thanks to the radical turnaround from all major central banks (from policy normalisatio ...
12 July 2019
Q2 2019: Lower rates, slower growth
With trade tensions being the largest threat to the macro outlook, investors are looking to central banks to provide support. So far, central banks have indicated their willingness to provide easier ...
04 June 2019
Defined benefit schemes: adapting to a cashflow negative world
With the vast majority of UK defined benefit pension schemes forecast to become cashflow negative in the next 10 years, it has become increasingly clear that the next challenge for pension scheme tru ...
31 January 2019
Are new forms of subordinated debt helping to create a more robust market place?
Banking crises throughout history have typically been the triggers for changes to regulation and the shape of the subordinated debt market.