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We pursue a structured investment approach with a focus on macro-economic fundamentals and policy, valuation and positioning. The way we allocate our risk budget to the different performance drivers will vary in order to ensure we manage the main risks and exploit the major opportunities. We aim for diversification in active investment decisions: over performance drivers and investment horizons.
The Euro Government Bonds strategy invests in euro denominated bonds issued by the EMU countries. It employs an investment process combining top-down and bottom-up elements. Fundamental analysis is performed on each of the three performance drivers: country allocation, duration management and yield curve positioning. Country ESG scores are part of our bottom-up analysis.
The strategy is managed within our Global Fixed Income Macro team. The team members’ have complementary experience, with backgrounds ranging from central banking, macroeconomics and quantitative research.