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Following a very volatile 2020, experts discuss what's in store for investors moving forward. Eric Hundahl, Head of Portfolio Strategy at BNY Mellon IM moderates a lively panel discussing the future of equity and fixed income markets, impact of the Fed, and much more.
The effects of Covid-19 will last into the future. This video will review 18 previous crises back to the 1920s and focus on the key tenants that investors should focus on now.
When markets are tranquil, liquidity can be high. But supply can tighten quickly, leaving investors looking for options.
Hiram Hamilton, Portfolio Manager and Co-Head of Structured Credit at Alcentra, debunks three myths often associated with CLOs including the role CLOs played in the Global Financial Crisis, forced liquidation and the holding of CLOs on bank balance sheets.
Cathy Bevan, Co-Head of Structured Credit in Europe at Alcentra, discusses the differences between the U.S. and European CLO markets and the driving value to invest in each region.
A review of the most volatile months during the COVID-19 pandemic, the market rebound and the areas of opportunity in CLOs by Brandon Chao, Portfolio Manager, Structured Credit, Alcentra.
Hiram Hamilton, Portfolio Manager and Co-Head of Structured Credit, Alcentra explains the mechanics of a CLO, how asset returns are distributed and the drivers of performance the CLO life cycle.
Since 2017, in our view, many investors have been derisking, moving away from intermediate duration bonds to ultrashort duration bonds and cash-like securities. We think this deserves a deeper look.
Traditional portfolios invested in only equity and/or fixed income may not provide the diversification necessary for future volatile markets.
Shamik Dhar and Newton UK equity manager Emma Mogford discuss the ramifications of the UK election result.
James DiChiaro, Senior PM on the Core Plus Strategy from Insight Investment talks Fixed Income with a panel of experts on Asset.tv (watch & earn 1 CE Credit!)
The Coronavirus pandemic and the Fed’s dramatic rate cuts have shaken up the fixed income landscape. This panel discussion covers diversification techniques, liability benchmarking, ways to manage risk, and other important considerations in this low yield environment.
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