Unconstrained bond funds are another way to navigate stressed bond markets. In part two of a video interview, he explains why he is investing in this sort of funds, at least for now…
In a video interview with EIE’s Tjibbe Hoekstra, Michael Ausfelder of wealth and asset manager Vermögenszentrum explains why he believes alternative Ucits funds are indispensable for modern-day portfolios.
We found fund buyers in Munich in an extremely buoyant mood at Expert Investor Germany last week. They expect markets to continue their upward trend for the rest of the year and firmly brush aside any worries about a new market correction.
See below for a slideshow of photos from Expert Investor Germany, held in Munich on 22 October 2015.
In Switzerland, there are more investors planning to increase exposure to high-yield bonds than to all other fixed income categories combined.
Swiss fund buyers are some of Europe’s most bullish investors, and are becoming more enthusiastic about European equities by the quarter.
For the second edition of our new series ‘Fund Favourites‘, Philipp Dirkx, portfolio manager at Frankfurt-based BHF-BANK, reveals why he invests in the Jupiter Dynamic Bond Fund, even though he generally prefers to take charge of asset allocation himself.
In these times of great macroeconomic uncertainty, Munich’s fund selectors are looking for a hiding place in Europe, a more popular investment destination than ever before.
Philipp Dirkx, portfolio manager at the private banking unit of BHF BANK, talks to Expert Investor Europe about his attitude to multi-asset investing, a true hit with investors in Germany, and reveals which ingredients make the ideal multi-asset portfolio to him.
Investors in Germany continue to increase their investments in multi-asset funds. According to the branch organisation for the German fund industry BVI, net inflows into multi-asset funds more than doubled in the first half of this year to a record €23.8bn. Total assets invested in mixed funds have now surpassed those in bond funds for the first time. However, German fund selectors are now diverting their attention away from multi-asset to long/short multi-strategy funds, so flows might be taking a different course.