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January 16

News CNP Assurances successfully launches its first subordinated sustainable bond

A player in ecological and social transition, CNP Assurances announces the successful issue of its first sustainable bond, carried out on January 11, 2023, for an amount of €500 million. The fixed annual coupon is 5,25% until july 18, 2033 and then will be floating beyond (...)


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Simon Thorp : « In the Aperture Credit Opportunities fund, we use fundamental analysis as well as quantitative tools »

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Muzinich & Co announces first close of European Senior Secured Private Debt Fund


Muzinich & Co. launches its first European Long Term Investment Fund (ELTIF) in collaboration with Cordusio SIM

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December 2020

Video Vafa Ahmadi: "In thematic management, our assets reach 12 billion euros"

The launch of the 1st fund in 2009, on the theme of the aging of the population, allowed CPR AM to position itself as a leading player in the field of thematic investment.


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News EIF, CDP and Muzinich & Co. enter into a new 150 million euro agreement to support European SMEs and Mid Caps

One billion euro for new growth and financing opportunities to over 100 European SMEs and Mid-Caps affected by the economic impacts of the pandemic.


News Successful €500m Tier 3 subordinated notes issue

CNP Assurances has successfully completed its first Tier 3 subordinated issue of the year, placing €500 million worth of seven-year notes due 27 January 2029 and paying interest at 1.25%. The notes qualify as Tier 3 capital under Solvency (...)


News IFC Invests in Bond to Support Access to Affordable Housing in Tanzania

To help increase access to longer-term, affordable mortgages and housing in Tanzania, IFC subscribed to a corporate bond issued by the Tanzania Mortgage Refinance Company (TMRC), which was listed today on the Dar es Salaam Stock (...)


Opinion Asset-quality Quarterly: brighter prospects for European banks

Credit conditions for European banks are normalising and prospects for the second half of the year look bright. A return to pre-crisis operating income with higher loss absorption buffers accumulated during the crisis will facilitate management of (...)


Opinion What is your expectation on how central banks will act on interest rates at their upcoming meetings?

The US Federal Reserve (Fed) and European Central Bank (ECB) are in different positions, where the Fed has eased back on its stimulus while the ECB has kept its purchase programmes going.


News CNP Assurances : Successful €500m Tier 3 notes issue

CNP Assurances has successfully placed €500 million worth of notes due 8 March 2028 and paying interest at 0.375%. The notes qualify as Tier 3 capital under Solvency II. Its cost is the lowest ever paid for hybrid capital by a financial institution in (...)


News Hong Kong Policy Address Emphasises Integration with China

Fitch downgraded Hong Kong’s rating to ‘AA-’, from ‘AA’, in April 2020 and revised the Outlook to Stable from Negative, following an earlier downgrade from ‘AA+’ in September 2019. The economic fallout from the pandemic and earlier anti-government protests played a (...)


Opinion Welcome to a new high yield universe

The prevalence of ‘fallen angels’ has changed the composition of the European HY market. So how might we go about navigating it? Analysis by Angelina Chueh, Senior Client Portfolio Manager at Columbia Threadneedle (...)


News Muzinich & Co. Limited announces the first close of Pan-European II Private Debt Fund

Like its predecessor vehicle, the Fund focuses on providing growth capital to lower middle-market companies to fund acquisitions, expansions and transitions in family and founder-owned businesses. The Fund follows on the successful €706.5mn. closing of the firm’s first (...)


News European Investment Bank Financed €1.2trn of Projects Over Last Two Decades

As one of the world’s largest public lending institutions the European Investment Bank has granted financial support for thousands of companies and projects over the years. According to data gathered by AksjeBloggen.com, the combined value of EIB-financed projects in the last (...)

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News Agence France Trésor announced the successful launch of the first French sovereign green bond

Today, Agence France Trésor announced the successful launch of the first French sovereign green bond with a maturity of 22 years. The Green OAT 1.75% 25 June 2039 issuance amount was €7bn, making it the largest and longest-dated green bond ever (...)


Strategy TNote-Bund correlation: new regime

2016 marked a watershed for the sovereign bond market. European bonds underwent a sharp selloff in Q4 2016, this when the year had kicked off on a bullish note that lasted right through to September. The political events in 2016, the outlook for growth and for inflation and (...)


Stories 2004: Citigroup and the blow from Dr. Evil

Five sorcerer-apprentices, which alone would have lost a part of Citigroup’s reputation, and a few hundred million of market in the next few years…


Interview Jürgen Maier: «Emerging Markets will continue to become more and more important for the global economy and capital markets »

According to Jürgen Maier, fund manager in the team «Emerging Markets Equities» at Raiffeisen Capital Management, Emerging Markets have weathered the economic crisis and will remain competitive thanks to massive investments in infrastructure in the years to come and enormous (...)


News AfDB issues 0.125% EUR 750 Million Global Benchmark due 7 October 2026

On Friday, 30th September 2016, African Development Bank (AfDB), rated Aaa (Moody’s) / AAA (S&P) / AAA (Fitch), successfully launched and priced its inaugural €750mm 10-year EUR benchmark transaction due 7 October (...)


Innovation Nomura ICG K.K. Announces First Close on Japanese Mezzanine Fund

Nomura ICG K.K. (“Nomura ICG”), the 50:50 partnership between Nomura Holdings, Inc. (“Nomura”) and Intermediate Capital Group plc. (“ICG”) announces the first close on their Japan mezzanine fund, NICG Investment Business Limited Partnership A (the “Fund”) at ¥28 billion from 15 (...)


Pedagogy What is inflation break-even ?

The inflation break-even is the difference in yield between a conventional bond (coupon rate) and its inflation-linked (real rate) equivalent (the same issuer, same maturity ...) ...


Interview Loïc Fery : « We are focussing our field of operation to the crossover debt»

His flagship, The Chenavari Multi-Strategy Credit Fund, posted 16 consecutive months of positive performances since its creation in 2007...


Strategy Protecting From the Crash With Private Infrastructure Assets

CEPRES today released an analysis demonstrating how Private (unlisted) Infrastructure can act as a Hedge for Corporate Bonds, whilst significantly outperforming on returns. Using PE.Analyzer to analyze thousands of privately held Infrastructure assets, CEPRES found (...)


Strategy An alternative to traditional Euro Credit Management: a Smart Beta Credit approach incorporating ESG criteria

To achieve long-term returns comparable to those of investment-grade credit but with a consistently lower level of risk, CPR AM has chosen to combine the DTS risk measure with a rigorous specific risk control and structural sources of return to enhance (...)



Hydrogène, futur moteur de la révolution verte - Une source d’énergie qui ne rejetterait aucun gaz à effet de serre. Qui offrirait aux voitures une autonomie de plus de 700 km et qui pourrait faire voler des avions. Ce sont les promesses, difficiles à ignorer, de (...)

Les thèmes ESG au centre de toutes les attentions

Les thèmes ESG au centre de toutes les attentions - Nous sommes convaincus que, pour être durable, la croissance économique doit devenir faible en carbone, respectueuse de l’environnement et inclusive. Les acteurs de la gestion indicielle, sensibles aux enjeux de la transition (...)

L’hydrogène durable - le vecteur énergétique de demain

L’hydrogène « vert » - produit à partir de sources d’énergie renouvelables - est de plus en plus considéré comme le saint Graal de la transition vers une économie neutre en carbone. Le marché mondial de la production d’hydrogène devrait atteindre 201 milliards de dollars en 2025, (...)

L’investissement dans les obligations vertes, sociales et durables

Les obligations vertes, sociales et durables apportent un soutien financier aux projets et activités ayant un impact positif sur l’environnement et/ou la société. Les volumes d’émission croissants de ces obligations résultent de la prise de conscience que la finance a un rôle à (...)

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