In our quarterly around-the-grounds, we provide our perspective on public and private credit markets covering the weakest quarter for credit markets since March 2020.
While the responsible investment revolution is well established in traditional fixed income markets, there are many parts of the market where standards are far less developed.
Pete Robinson tell us about the opportunities he is seeing in the credit space – including a note on the importance of price to performance dispersion.
When you think of great dinner table conversation starters, the list usually includes the weather or sports. However, chances are that of late, you can probably throw interest rates and house prices onto that list. In this Livewire video, Pete Robinson weighs in on mortgage stress.
In this FINA webinar, Pete Robinson discusses the pros and cons of both private and public credit.
We revisit our 2019 piece, “21 Questions for your Private Debt Manager”, adding five new questions which we think are especially relevant today as we hope to emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pete Robinson dives into the impact of rate hikes on various markets – from housing to credit and fixed income.
We provide our perspective on public and private credit markets covering the first major risk off event since the COVID-19 pandemic commenced in 2020 and discussing the implications of the sharpest increase in interest rates in recent memory.
We explore changing dynamics in labour markets, questioning whether the multi-decade decline in labour as a share of the economy is over and if so, what implications this may have for financial markets.
At the Portfolio Construction Forum Markets Summit 2022, Pete Robinson, Head of Investment Strategy, discussed why it makes sense to sit on the credit fence right now.
In part two of our recent article, “Public & Private – perfecting the blend” we examine how co-mingling public and private credit in a single portfolio can be an attractive investment.
Fixed income markets have changed dramatically over the past decade. We look at how investors have adjusted their approach and why co-mingling public and private credit in a portfolio can help maximise returns.