Royal London AM targets IFAs and 5% with income bond fund
Looking to exploit the inefficiencies inherent in credit markets, Royal London Asset Management will launch a monthly income bond fund later this year aimed at advisers and targeting an income of 5%.
Are advisers blindly buying into strategic bonds?
The return of inflows into sterling strategic bond funds has raised concerns advisers are blindly allocating money into the sector without understanding it is not just a one-stop shop for outsourcing fixed income asset allocation.
Combatting the inflation threat
Investors need to be focusing more attention on the potential for rising rates – both inflation and interest – and the implications for fixed income portfolios as global economic growth conditions continue to improve, says Neuberger Berman’s Jon Jonsson.
Royal London AM pans income share classes for retirement
As the desperate search for yield pushes investors unnecessarily up the risk spectrum, investors should put their money in accumulation share classes for retirement income , according to Royal London Asset Management (RLAM).
Investec launches bond fund for rising interest rates
Investec Asset Management is targeting UK advisers and wealth managers with the launch of an Oeic version of its Global Total Return Credit Sicav, as it seeks to capture outflows from gilts and UK corporate bonds.