Andy Todd

From the blog: Market liquidity is reducing. It's been an issue for a while, and it is only going to intensify. As such, it holds serious ramifications for investors globally. 


The bread and butter asset class for a pension fund’s core portfolio holding is often fixed income.


But low interest rates have led to a notable search for fixed income yield, and so have heightened competition in this asset class.


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