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Bond markets; don’t panic

With clear headwinds and the fact that the significant majority of global bonds market are yielding less than 3%, investors are faced with a challenge of how to access yield and diversification at a time when many other areas of risk markets are at all-time highs. The pandemic-induced recession proved to be one of the toughest examinations for banks in history, with financials proving their resilience and that they really are finally ‘fit-for-purpose’.
Simon Peters, Investment Strategist, and Douglas Branson, Head of Business Development, discuss the current state of the bond market and focus on the opportunity offered by the subordinated debt of financials. There is a solution in credit markets for investors…

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