Webcast: Flexible Bond Investing in a Rising Interest Rate Environment. Register now Nov 6, 2013, 2pm HK/1130amIST

WEBCAST:  Flexible Bond Investing in a Rising Interest Rate Environment

Interest rates in the US and other major bond markets have been trending lower for more than 30 years, producing a secular bull market in bonds that has heavily influenced the way investors think about the role of fixed income in their portfolio. However, with the recent rise in Treasury yields and signs of stronger US growth, investors have been put on notice that the era of falling interest rates may be drawing to a close and the risk of prolonged rise in rates appears to be growing. 

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Investing in fixed income today requires a flexible and dynamic investment approach in order to weather the risk of rising rates and increasing volatility. In the current environment of potentially flat or rising interest rates, we discuss the emerging opportunities for a dynamic allocation approach to fixed income investing today that:

  • Removes benchmark constraint
  • Broadens the opportunity set
  • Increases potential for higher return
  • Acts as a complement to existing traditional fixed income exposures

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Flexible Bond Investing in a Rising Interest Rate Environment
Date: Wednesday, 6 November, 2013
Time: 2pm HKG/SIN  (GMT+8)
5pm SYD (GMT+11)
Speaker: Philip Moffitt, Head of Fixed Income in Asia Pacific, Goldman Sachs Asset Management
Moderator: Jame DiBiasio, Editorial Director, Haymarket Financial Media
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