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Asking the right questions about Emerging Markets exposure – implementation matters

Finding the right way to manage your exposure to an asset class is not a one size fits all proposition. In my role as a Senior Portfolio Manager in Equity Derivatives, I work closely with transition, overlay, and other portfolio managers to find the most effective way for clients of different sizes and with different

Excitement x 3 – the election, bond sell-off, and Legoland…

After the excitement of the Election, life returns to normal for the voting public, including pension trustees. Normality for trustees should include having a clear plan for using bond market volatility as an opportunity to de-risk. One of the implications of a General Election is that thousands of public buildings across the country have to

The Smoke and Mirrors behind Quantitative Easing

Another QE bazooka from the Central Banks, with the European Central Bank (ECB) announcing last month that another €1.1 trillion of money will be pumped into the Eurozone economy. Over the past number of years I have heard time and time again that the massive rounds of quantitative easing (QE) taken by many of the

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