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Podcast: Why quant fixed income is a great diversifier
Podcast: Why quant fixed income is a great diversifier
While many quant equity strategies have struggled over the past few years, the performance of quant credits has been robust.
08-10-2021 | Podcast
Podcast: Are investment managers ready for ESG going mainstream?
Podcast: Are investment managers ready for ESG going mainstream?
More and more investors say they choose their fund manager based on their sustainability credentials.
27-07-2021 | Podcast
Podcast: Addressing climate risk in core equity portfolios
Podcast: Addressing climate risk in core equity portfolios
It’s well accepted that climate change presents a significant risk for long term investors and that they need to consider both the risk and opportunities the transition to a low carbon economy creates.
02-07-2021 | Podcast
Podcast: Value, back with a vengeance
Podcast: Value, back with a vengeance
Value stocks are in revival – this after what seemed like an endless run of underperformance relative to growth stocks.
01-07-2021 | Podcast
Podcast: Navigating change and challenge in the asset management industry
Podcast: Navigating change and challenge in the asset management industry
It’s never a dull moment in the asset management industry.
04-06-2021 | Podcast
Podcast: No need to fear an inflationary accident – just yet
Podcast: No need to fear an inflationary accident – just yet
It’s inevitable that the forceful fiscal stimulus and exceptionally loose monetary policy currently in place will result in higher inflation.
30-03-2021 | Podcast
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