The Janus Global Unconstrained Bond Fund has been opened to subscriptions to investors in Europe, excluding Switzerland, via the Janus Capital Funds plc range. The fund is managed by Bill Gross, who recently joined Janus from Pimco, which he co-founded and where he managed the world’s biggest bond fund. Janus’ fund is a global macro […]
Neuberger Berman has launched the Neuberger Berman European High Yield Bond Fund, a subfund of its Irish‐domiciled Ucits fund umbrella, Neuberger Berman Investment Funds plc.
Joanna Howley, Rates Team investment strategist for Ignis Asset Management, will discuss the generation of alpha from government bonds at the Fund Selector Roundtable in Helsinki on 29 April 2014.
Mitch Reznick and Fraser Lundie, co-heads of Hermes Credit, have warned that equity like returns from the high yield market are threatened by deal terms being introduced in new bond issues.
Despite tapering fears there are still opportunities in bonds, says Ken Van Weyenberg, investment specialist at Dexia Asset Management.
Italy’s independent asset manager Azimut has teamed up with Antares Private Equity to launch a mini-bond fund for Italian SMEs.
Italy’s BNP Paribas Investment Partners SGR has launched a close-ended mini-bond fund aimed at supporting the country’s SMEs.
Chris Iggo, CIO of Fixed Income at AXA IM, says that there are few signs of inflationary pressures developing across Europe in the near term.
Italy’s Intesa Sanpaolo is issuing a senior bond targeted exclusively
at the US and Canadian markets for a total amount of $1.25bn.
As investors continue to question the great rotation from fixed income to equity, and ponder emerging markets developments, it may be time for allocators to consider convertible and catastrophe bonds.
UBS Global Asset Management has launched two Ucits compliant bond funds on the Italian market.
David Lashbrook, head of Africa Investment Strategies at Momentum Global Investment Management, puts Africa’s record hard currency bond issuance into context and provides his outlook for the market.