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The future evolution of emerging markets is inexorably linked to three variables: trade policies applied by Donald Trump with respect to these countries, the strength of the dollar, and the pace of rate hikes by the US Federal Reserve.
There is no doubt that globalization has changed the world stage at all levels, and the wealth management sector has not been able to escape the effects of this economic, global, and cultural process.
When Stuart Gulliver took over the reins of HSBC back in 2011, the private banking business of the London-based Asian bank had presence in roughly 150 countries.
Compass Group, one of the leading independent investment advisors in Latin America, has partnered with PIMCO, a global fund manager, to launch Compass Global Credit, a feeder fund that invests 100% of its assets in fixed income s
2016 leaves behind much economic uncertainty, regional political tensions, an oil price roller-coaster, and monetary policies which would have been unthinkable in the past. Hence, calmness and patience were key virtues for ending the year with positive returns.
And, heading into 2017?
At the beginning of January of this year, Roberto Teperman was appointed Head of Sales for Legg Mason Global Asset Management in Brazil.
Nowadays, in an environment of higher growth, inflation and growing prospects of rate hikes, getting returns on fixed income is not easy, but Thomas Rutz, co-manager of the MainFirst Emerging Markets Corporate Bond Fund Balanced, believes that emerging corporate
As a specialist in SLI Fixed-Income Macro Strategies, Jonathan Gibbs rules out the existence of a bubble for this asset, and to make his case, he compares the situation with the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s.
According to a report by Greenwich Associates and commissioned by BlackRock under the heading "ETFs in the European Institutional Channel", the volume of assets in exchange-traded fixed income funds worldwide could exceed $2 trillion in 2025.
2017 will, not in the least, be a quieter year than 2016, and from Amundi analysts point out three key issues to watch: the consequences of Donald Trump's presidency in the US, the upcoming elections in Europe, and the negotiations over Brexit which, according to Philippe Ithurbide