Carey Olsen Corporate Finance Limited, a group company of offshore law firm Carey Olsen, was the leading listing agent for The International Stock Exchange (TISE) during the first half of 2020.
The Covid-19-led recession will likely weigh on credit metrics well into 2023 from the combination of lost output and debt overhang, threatening corporate solvency, says S&P Global Ratings. The firm also believes the shape of recovery will differ from previous crises, with a wide range of outcomes across industries and geographies, and accelerating some secular industry shifts.
Corporate bond issuance may soon max out after hitting new highs in the first half of 2020, according to fixed income specialist BlueBay Asset Management in a recent market outlook note.
Integral, a technology provider to banks, brokers, and asset managers in the foreign exchange market, reported average daily volumes (ADV) across Integral platforms totalled USD35.1 billion in June 2020.
Asset managers are calling for stricter rules on market data pricing and licensing, calling it an “essential economic infrastructure” for market participants that ought to be regulated similarly to privatised railways and telecoms grids.
Traders in the investment management and banking industries have continued their call for a reduction to market trading hours, making the case to the pan-European exchange, Euronext.
A growing number of asset managers are taking an increasingly sophisticated approach to China’s growing equity markets, as both onshore and offshore Chinese stocks outperform emerging markets, according to a recent report from bfinance.
Money market funds were the only type of fund to post an increase in net assets as well as inflows of cash in the first quarter of 2020, as coronavirus-related panic wiped 10.8 per cent off assets for open-ended funds worldwide, down at EUR47.1 trillion.
Equities markets are overvalued and expensive, if you ask asset managers. A survey this month of global fund managers by Bank of America Merrill Lynch showed that 78 per cent believe that stock markets are currently overvalued, which marks the highest level since the closely-watched survey began in 1998.
The ThomasLloyd SICAV – Sustainable Infrastructure Income Fund (SIIF) has listed on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange with a range of share classes approved for trading on the EU-regulated Bourse de Luxembourg (BdL) market.