Insights

Our management approach follows rigorous and thorough investment processes based on our assessment of the macroeconomic situation and on a fundamental analysis. We share all our insights with you.

How investors can mitigate a second wave meltdown
As governments across the globe gradually ease lockdown measures, investors are turning their focus to the shape of the economic recovery. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (May 2020)
The past three months have been truly extraordinary and difficult for just about everyone in the world. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (April 2020)
Suddently the global economy has been brought to an almost complete stop to try to contain the spread of Covid-19. [...]
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Covid-19 tail risk shows importance of true uncorrelated ret [...]
During SYZ’s annual alternatives conference in January, CQS founder Sir Michael Hintze foretold the assembled group of influential investors an imminent pandemic could hit global markets. This ‘black [...]
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September to December 2019
In an environment where most asset classes went up, the hedge fund industry had one of its best years in a decade. [...]
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (March 2020)
Let’s be honest: of the potential risks in 2020, we cannot pretend we had identified the outbreak of a new bat-transmitted virus that would cripple the world’s most dynamic economic area for weeks… Bu [...]
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The 2020 yield hunting season has begun
In this focus piece we take a closer look at the fundamental, technical and valuation characteristics of global credit markets and their potential returns for 2020. 
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Our monthly view on asset allocation (February 2020)
2020 has started the way last year ended: with investors’ unabated appetite for equities and credit spreads in a seemingly frantic quest for return and yield. [...]
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Central banks can sustain markets into 2020
Despite the unwavering commitment from central banks to continue injecting cash into the financial system, investors are worried. [...]
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