Sovereign bond boutique embraced by Asian clients

Appell, Douglas
November 2017
Pensions & Investments;11/13/2017, Vol. 45 Issue 23, p0006
The article reports that investors in the Asia-Pacific region have embraced the sovereign bonds due to attractive returns. It refers to the net inflows from the bond strategies of London-based Colchester Global Investors Ltd. that focus on sovereign bonds. Managing director Paul Allen explains that Colchester's broad investment process has allowed the firm to exceed its market delivery in the bond index market cycle.


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