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The case for global credit investing

Traditionally, many investors have accessed global credit through local currency or ‘regional’ allocations, such as funds benchmarked against sterling, euro or US dollar indices. However, today more investors are considering expanding their investment horizon to a global approach that can offer greater diversification, deeper liquidity and more scope to generate excess returns. Global portfolios are hedged to and delivered in an investor’s domestic currency.

The case for global credit investing (Europe)

Traditionally, many investors have accessed global credit through local currency or ‘regional’ allocations, such as funds benchmarked against sterling, euro or US dollar indices. However, today more investors are considering expanding their investment horizon to a global approach that can offer greater diversification, deeper liquidity and more scope to generate excess returns. Global portfolios are hedged to and delivered in an investor’s domestic currency.

Will the credit cycle take a turn for the worse?

Credit investors have had little respite from volatility in 2016. Credit spreads initially set three-year highs before a round of accommodative central bank action and rhetoric saw them reverse sharply back to year-end levels. For now fears of a sustained rise in credit spreads have been allayed. However, at some point, fundamentals and the business cycle may reassert their influence