Headlines only focus on leverage—but there’s more to the story.
The EM corporate bond market has grown into a nearly $1 trillion asset class worthy of consideration from those looking to diversify their EM and/or broad credit exposures.
A lookback provides insight about the path ahead: Protecting funded status in 2019 and beyond requires dynamic pension risk management.
Credit fundamentals remain largely intact.
Understanding the unique design features of cash balance pension plans is a critical component of building an appropriate investment strategy.
In the new tax environment, municipal bonds may become less appealing for P&C insurance companies.
Four recent examples highlight the disparate impact tax reform can have on fixed income investors.
Analyzing the source of recent volatility can help investors determine if recent spread widening is a symptom of broader systemic risk...
Most investors are viewing the potential impact of proposed tax reform through the lens of corporate earnings and economic growth. In our latest analysis, we take a more nuanced look to understand how current proposals might effect corporate behavior and credit spreads.
Risks posed by recent storms are accounted for within RMBS structures and evaluated by investors. However, given the magnitude of the potential devastation associated with these recent storms in such a short time period, it is prudent to reassess this risk.
As we were recently reminded, hurricanes, like other natural disasters, have the potential to be devastating and disrupting events. As Florida and Texas begin the recovery and rebuilding process, historical context provides perspective about the likely impact these storms will have.