Investors are getting jittery over inflation, thanks to continued fiscal stimulus, combined with the effects of prolonged monetary easing. This, in turn, has pushed long-term government rates to 12-month highs, while share prices continue to climb.
In this paper, we take a closer look at the pairwise interactions of some of the asset-class pairs and review how they affected the risk of a global multi-asset class portfolio over the past 14 months, with a particular focus on the most recent environment.
For the past few weeks, markets have been ignoring sentiment’s gradual pull-back and rallied, confident in their belief that neither central banks’ easy credit nor their massive asset purchasing programs will come to an end any time soon.
In this infographic, we outline how the data and methodology of the Sustainable Development Investments Asset Owner Platform (SDI AOP) can help investors align and track portfolios’ contributions to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to report PRI sustainable outcomes.
As a result of the derivatives rule SEC 18f-4 passed on October 28, 2020, all SEC-registered mutual funds, ETFs and Business Development Companies (BDCs) with derivative notional exceeding certain threshold are required to appoint a derivatives risk manager in charge of implementing a regulatory framework for its fund’s derivatives use. The necessary risk guidelines focus on reporting limits of fund leverage risk based on Value-at-Risk (VaR).