Allianz Global Investors, one of the world’s leading active investment managers, announced today that it has entered into a five-year partnership with The Sea Cleaners, a new project designed to combat plastic pollution in the world’s oceans.
Allianz Global Investors manages a range of sustainable investing funds. We started this journey 20 years ago with a belief that sustainable investing can generate positive performance not just for our clients, but for the community at large.
Investors who need income and return potential should consider an active, balanced, global approach. Consider pairing high-quality investment-grade corporates, Treasuries and select securitised assets with infrastructure debt and higher-quality US, European and Asian high-yield bonds.
After a strong start to 2019, the markets abruptly turned volatile. The global economy looks increasingly fragmented, and our mid-year outlook calls for more unease over trade tensions and politics. While there are no easy answers, we suggest investors focus on ESG, hunt for income and invest actively.
Disruption is impacting all industries as societal shifts drive innovation. We believe active managers are best equipped to help clients navigate this changing landscape, but to do so, it is imperative that they stay ahead of disruptive trends in all sectors.
Our Asia investment experts and European clients recently met in Berlin for our 11th annual Asia Conference. We think the world’s most dynamic region holds fundamental attractiveness for investors – even amid current trade tensions.
The current yield curve may be beneficial to short duration strategies
Jim Dudnick, Portfolio Manager of Short Duration High Income discusses the current credit markets and what investors should know about credit, interest rate and liquidity risk when considering an investment.
How do institutional investors view active asset management? How do they rate their managers’ ability to address their changing needs? Those were among the questions we set out to explore when we commissioned Oxford Economics to survey 490 institutional investors globally in November and December 2018.
With the US economy slowing and inflation low, we expect the Fed to confirm a pause in its monetary policy normalization. Given the controlled slowdown in the US economy and equity-market momentum, we believe the Fed has found the perfect balance.
Thanks to positive macroeconomic news, China’s resilient growth and room to cut rates in India and Indonesia, the outlook for Asia-Pacific risk assets is good. Corporate bonds, emerging-market debt and dividend-paying stocks can play a critical role for investors in search of income potential.
125 years after its foundation, our Parent company Allianz SE is one of the world's strongest financial communities with 82 million clients in 70 countries. The Group - including Allianz Global Investors - is one of the key global players in asset management.