Investors across the fixed income and credit asset class face unprecedented interest rate levels and divergent monetary policy settings across the globe, presenting them with a unique, strategic challenge.
CIE’s Fixed Income & Credit Forum addresses the challenges of managing and allocating capital across an asset class that is seemingly structurally impaired and complicated further by heightened uncertainty about the future direction of interest rates, inflation and debt levels.
This is presenting asset owners with new challenges and forcing them to rethink their approach to managing fixed income and credit portfolios. In response, investors are taking a proactive approach to managing risk, whilst adopting an active approach to identifying and capitalising on opportunities.
Topics to be covered include:
The investment implications of divergent monetary policy settings and the global macro environment
Identifying investment opportunities across the fixed income and credit spectrum
Utilising derivatives as a tool for generating returns and immunising portfolios from risk
Becoming more dynamic with the defensive portion of your portfolio
Exploring the defensive nature of fixed income investing
Who should attend?
Chief Investment Officers
Heads of asset classes
Investment Committee members
Senior investment staff
Trustees of institutional investor entities
Approximately 40-50 representatives of institutional investor entities