05 January 2017
We see a positive outlook for 2017 but this by no means invites complacency - the need for investors to rethink their investment approach will be more important than ever in 2017
10 January 2017
Salman Ahmed and Jan Straatman on the rise of populism in some of the world’s most important economies which has led to a lot of talk about a “return to the 1930s”.
We’ve grown stronger through 40 financial crises, not by standing still and waiting for them to pass, but by re-evaluating and rethinking the world around us.
The world has changed and investors need to rethink fixed income investing.
In the new investment paradigm, the search for yield remains at the forefront of investors’ objectives, increasing the appeal of corporate credit. We believe that the crossover “BBB-BB” segment of corporate credit offers a compelling alternative to investment grade.
The common sense alternative we call fundamental fixed income.
We believe fundamentals and valuations make EM equities and bonds attractive.