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15 - 17 Sep 2020Ended

Global Investment Conference

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09:00 AM - 06:00 PM
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100 - 500
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15 - 17 Sep 2020

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Event theme: A shifting paradigm – What does the future of global investing have in store? This is all happening against the backdrop of .. Read more geopolitical tensions, a shifting global balance of power, a rapidly aging population of plan members and environmental concerns. Harnessing value in global high-yield credit Unprecedented accommodative global central bank policies have led to further questioning of return potential from traditional domestic government bond allocations. Global high-yield allocations help bridge the gap between performance needs and portfolio volatility, making it an important role in asset allocation decisions. Global high-yield credit markets have grown to nearly $5 trillion and alpha potential abounds for agile and diligent high-yield experts who can exploit market inefficiencies. In this session, Gregor Dannacher will explore the importance of shifting bond allocations more globally, utilizing global high yield as a dedicated investment allocation, as well as sourcing and capturing high-yield market inefficiencies. With the increasing profile of defined benefit alternatives, such as defined contribution plans grabbing retirement market headlines, investors managing mature DB plans are also seemingly approaching the ‘end-game’ of their fiduciary duty to respective plan participants.

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