The global asset backed securities market provides investors with high quality, yield enhancing and diversifying investment opportunities. Traditionally thought of as mortgage-backed product, the asset class increasingly offers a wider range of investment opportunities across a broad selection of consumer and corporate credit profiles.
ESG in 10 -Episode 13: Navigating the Landscape of ESG in Asset Backed Securities, with Challenger Investment Management (CIM)
Delve into the challenges and advancements of integrating ESG considerations in Asset Backed Securities (ABS).
Why Europe is the region leading sovereign green bond issuance and what we expect for the last three months of the year
Europe continues to dominate in the green bond space in 2023, with most green bonds issued either by a European name or denominated in EUR. Following Poland as the first sovereign to issue a green bond in 2016, supply and demand for Supranational, Sub-Sovereign and Agency (SSA) green bonds in Europe has continued to grow.
In uncertain times, investors looking for shelter can consider an allocation to defensive equities to shore up their portfolio. Listed infrastructure, listed property and low volatility strategies are all different ways to invest in defensive equities, all of which also provide investors with an income yield.
Challenger Investment Management (CIM), part of the ASX-listed investment management firm Challenger Limited, is pleased to announce the launch of the Challenger IM Global Asset Backed Securities Fund (‘The Fund’).
Since the European Union's Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (“SFDR”) came into force in March 2021, asset managers have been required to provide more information on the sustainability risks and impact of their investment products sold in the European Union.
Fidante sat down with Head of Research at Ardea Investment Management, Dr Laura Ryan and Portfolio Manager, Tamar Hamlyn to discuss the role of government bonds in an equity heavy portfolio.
Fidante is pleased to announce that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Proterra Investment Partners Asia, a leading private equity investor focused on the Asian food and agribusiness sectors.
The team members of Proterra Asia first started investing in the Asian food and agriculture space more than 15 years ago. We have seen the industry mature from focussing on food safety to food sustainability. Given how important food is to us as individuals and to society, we believe that our food systems should reflect our most noble human virtues.
Proterra Asia, the private equity fund manager focused on investing in the Asian food sector, is pleased to announce its investment in ecoSPIRITS, a circular economy technology company, which has raised USD 10 million in an oversubscribed Series A funding round.
• March bank stress is not a repeat of 2008, but downside risks remain. • We discuss the underlying drivers of historically high volatility in interest rate markets. • The potential path ahead for rates is wide, underscoring the value of defensive, macro-neutral strategies.
Proterra Asia, the Asian arm of experienced global food and agribusiness private equity fund manager Proterra Investment Partners, has completed its investment in Apeiron Bioenergy, a recognized integrated global player in the entire chain of bioenergy products from feedstock to the end and by-products.
Proterra Asia, the Asian subsidiary of experienced global food and agribusiness private equity fund manager Proterra Investment Partners, completed its final close of Proterra Asia Food Fund 3 (“Food Fund 3” or “The Fund”) on 26th October 2022.
PATRIZIA explores the benefits of unlisted infrastructure and how to size an investment in the asset class, with the purpose being to educate investors on why they should look to diversify their portfolios with a more meaningful allocation to unlisted infrastructure.
Ardea Market Musings: From macro to micro: The implications of high volatility for interest rate relative value
Global fixed income markets have experienced a massive correction this year. Aggressive central bank rate hikes, surging inflation and weaker global growth have driven double-digit losses for duration and credit heavy portfolios.
As we move into times of inflation, what do investors need to know to direct their portfolios for the future?
Charlotte O'Meara from Fidante Partners explains what constitutes modern slavery and outlines some key considerations for financial advisers when looking at their fund managers.