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In-focus: The Real Great Rotation

In a low yield environment demand for fixed income products was predicted to fall with global equity markets expected to pick up the slack. This was the so called ‘Great Rotation’ that the experts predicted but what the markets have seen is actually an increase in asset allocation towards fixed income, particularly into Emerging Market debt, which now accounts for 12% of the $114 trillion global fixed income market. In addition, more and more managers are considering liability driven investment strategies as they look to differentiate themselves from the competition. This paper describes this as the ’Real’ Great Rotation and presents the evidence and analysis to support its claim.

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Retail channels - competing and cannibalising?

15 Apr 2014 Over the years, banks have built up the range of functionality in each of their multiple channels to deliver the best possible customer experience: delivering 'multi-channel banking'. In reality, this approach has not only hindered the customer experience, but in some cases, it has also resulted in conflicting competition between banking staff in the various channels.
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The truth about PFM

15 Apr 2014 In its early days PFM (Personal Finance Management) didn't receive much attention from the market. Then, after’s success, PFM was resurrected. Many analysts and digital channel managers believed that PFM was the next big thing in online banking and that it would be adopted by banks in a very short time. Now in 2014 the reality is somewhat different – the bubble didn't burst, but it deflated a little.
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