• AI is not an "early-stage" investment, M&G says: it's mainstream

    07 February 2024

    M&G's Global AI Themes Fund, unveiled last month, has already started investing in companies such as Netflix and nVidia

  • Low UK investment a concern for future growth, Mercer says

    07 February 2024

    No shortage of money to invest, but low levels of investment a "key problem", Rupert Watson says

  • US West Coast insurers face up to $40bn in corporate bonds climate- related losses

    07 February 2024

    Research commissioned by California's regulator has found

  • Côte d'Ivoire 'resurrects' African govvies US$-bond issuance, signalling a fiery year for EMD

    07 February 2024

    The West African republic raised $2.6bn through two issuances, one traditional government bond and one sustainable bond, after receiving $8bn commitments from 400 investors, including insurers.

  • Lloyd's launches first public asset fund solution

    05 February 2024

    Fund is latest to be added to the Lloyd's investment platform

  • Dai-ichi Life launches new sustainability finance framework

    05 February 2024

    New framework will ultimately replace bilateral corporate loan flows

  • 2023 UK equity profit warning stats "not startling", Phoenix's Goonetilleke says

    02 February 2024

    But they reveal cracks under the headline figure, the head of shareholder assets at the UK insurer comments

  • MetLife projects PE returns down for 2024 as variable investment income drops to $419m in 2023

    01 February 2024

    FY23 results see variable investment income miss £2bn target and pale compared to recurring income

  • Inflation and high rates not going away soon, RLAM says

    01 February 2024

    Senior economist and head of multi asset at affiliate say central banks unlikely to drop their guard on inflation quickly, as BoE votes to keep rate at 5.25%

  • Decoupling of stocks and bond prices first key change of 2024, Generali AM says

    31 January 2024

    Lapse risk for lifers set to decline later this year if rate cuts are big enough