December, the month where festive end-of-year preparations and celebrations shift into top gear, just as commentators become busy reflecting on the past year and making predictions for the next.
After a prolonged era of cheap money and double-digit returns, the sharp spike in inflation to its 40-year high in 2022 was a game changer.
In this paper, we investigate the relationship between biodiversity and companies, through the lens of corporate bonds.
Markets have seen some relief in a year that overall is likely to be remembered as among the most challenging for investors.
This is the fifth time a COP is hosted in Africa, a continent responsible for only 3% of global emissions, yet disproportionately exposed to the negative impacts of climate change.
The emergence of net zero emissions policies is currently one of the most important topics among asset owners and managers. In this research paper, we investigate the integrated approach, which is implemented by equity and fixed-income mutual funds and ETFs.
The budget is designed to improve public finances, regain market trust, and help the Conservative government regain some ground ahead of the next election.
Bonds are back, market valuations are getting more attractive, and a Fed pivot in the first part of the year could trigger interesting entry points.
This paper investigates the possible impact of ESG Risk when incorporated into front office driven Fundamental Market Risk Measurement approaches.