AN IMPENDING STORM: CENTRAL BANK BALANCE SHEETS UNWINDING
In a low-interest world, fiduciaries are forced to think beyond traditional fixed income investing in the search for yield. What fixed income strategies adapt well to the current environment of diverging monetary policies around the world, managing the risks of inflation and deflation and threats of populism?
The two-day Fixed Income and Credit Forum is designed for chief investment officers, heads of investment strategy, heads of fixed income and credit, portfolio managers, analysts and consultants.
Registration is open to institutional investors, chairs of investment committees and specialist consultants.
Networking and keeping on top of trends & issues.Frithjof van ZypDirector, Head of Australia, bfinance
The table discussion.George LinSenior Investment Manager, Colonial First State Investments
The wide scope of topics covered and the interesting keynoteArthur AptedBoard member, NGS Super
speakers from overseas. The guy from NAB who said the bank tax wasn’t
such a bad thing. The graph on the direct relationship of the change
in height of the next Reserve Head and where US interest rates are heading.
Comprehensive topics, roundtable discussion and networking.Elaine XuInvestment Analyst, Infocus Wealth Management
Private lending discussions.Liz HarrisonInvestment Analyst, Fixed Income, Escala Partners
Topics presented.Osvaldo AcostaHead of fixed income, IOOF