New domestic and European directives are putting pressure on compliance, risk management and costs
Actions by central banks since the beginning of the financial crisis have had an impact on governments, markets, investors and companies, James Mackintosh, investment editor of the Financial Times, told the Investment Expert Stockholm 2012 conference in October.
Lower return expectations for emerging markets and a greater divergence within the developing world has an impact on investment strategies
The global economic recovery is reliant on China evolving from a net lender into a net borrower, thereby reducing developed nations’ over-reliance on Chinese funding, Martin Wolf has argued.
Frontier markets are set to become the emerging markets of the future but are investors persuaded by the current investment case?
In the aftermath of the global financial crisis and several recent natural disasters in the Pacific region, investors are discussing what future opportunities the Asian real estate market holds
What do you see as the main operational risks and how do you deal with them?
Over the last year, interest in emerging market debt has been picking up quite a bit. Why is that and do you agree that it has become more popular?
Recently, there has been a lot of talk about emerging market debt – both from asset managers and pension funds. Would you agree that emerging market debt has become increasingly interesting for institutional investors?