Eurizon’s Sibani to discuss EM debt in Milan

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Luca Sibani, head of Discretional and Total Return Investments, Eurizon Capital will join InvestmentEurope‘s Fund Selector Bond Focus Italy to discuss the possibility of attractive yield for a Euro-based investor on Emerging Markets.

According to the manager, European investors may be trapped in a low or even negative interest rate environment for a long time but should nevertheless be able to generate satisfactory risk adjusted returns from their portfolios.

“A unique approach, based on an investment strategy that has consistently generated superior performance in the last eight years, could be a fundamental tool in achieving such a goal. Luca Sibani will explain how investment ideas are exploited in the Epsilon Emerging Bond Total Return Fund and how they are combined to construct a Euro-based, low risk, dynamic and diversified high grade portfolio,” Eurizon said.

The presentation will also show how the strategy has worked in any interest rate and liquidity scenario and how to profit from the Fed incoming tightening.     

Sibani’s career in the asset management industry started in 1997 when he joined the fixed income team of Fondigest SGR now Eurizon Capital.

In 2000 he was appointed head of Emerging Fixed Income funds and in 2005 he became head of International Bonds team of CAAM SGR now Amundi Italia.

In 2009 he moved to Epsilonsgr as Head of Discretional and Total Return Investments. Luca Sibani was previously employed by Chase Manhattan Bank of New York in the private banking division and by Epstasim as a trader of swaps and derivatives on interest rates.

See box below for registration details.

 

Milan

InvestmentEurope is delighted to announce the Fund Selector Bond Focus Italy to be held on 5 March in Milan

Click here for further details: http://www.investmenteurope.net/event/fund-selector-bond-focus-italy-2015/

 

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