The changed nature of credit investment

12 Dec 2012

The global financial crisis had the largest effect on credit markets since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

As a result, a number of questions emerged about the value of credit and the appropriate way to manage it.

Pinpointing how much credit should be held in portfolios, the best way to add value through credit and the associated risks are all important issues for investors.

Our analysis illustrates changes in the nature of credit as a result of the crisis and the impact this has on the management of credit.

Learn more about how to analyse the impacts of credit in a fixed income portfolio.

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