Multi-Strategy Fixed Income Forum (MSFI)

Venue: Grange City Hotel

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Dec 06, 2011
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Description

Risk profiles across fixed income sectors have moved away from historical relationships, and there is real potential for sovereign default in some Eurozone countries. The dynamics of today’s fixed income markets are making it increasingly difficult to manage risk and generate a real return - and with the expectation of rising inflation and interest rates, things are only set to get worse.

There is a growing awareness among investors that having an opportunistic, multi-disciplined approach to this problem has the potential to generate significant outperformance from standard benchmarks. But many of them are still assessing how and when to make allocations to this type of fund.

The Multi-Strategy Fixed Income Forum will bring together end-investors, asset managers, issuers and investment banks. It will drive forward the discussion about how unconstrained bond investing can be used to manage credit and interest rate risks while achieving real returns.

Why Attend?

At the meeting, leading industry players will give expert insights into:

Future trends in the fixed income markets and expectations for corporate and sovereign issuance
Risk assessment and capital allocation modelling for multi-strategy bond investing
Manager selection without traditional benchmarks
What levels of return can realistically be generated by an unconstrained bond fund
How you can access emerging markets and tap into a promising source of debt returns
Strategies involving derivatives overlays to increase diversification and enhance your returns
How inflation-linked products can act as a diversifying instrument in your fixed income portfolio
To find out what other key issues will be addressed, click here to view the latest draft agenda.

Attend the Multi-Strategy Fixed Income Forum, and be a part of the only meeting focusing purely on the benefits of allocating to an unconstrained bond fund.

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