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After hopes of a Greek deal being raised and then dashed again, this paper takes a look at what the consequences of a split between Greece and the Eurozone would be. It explores the likely repercussions in three groups: financial, economic and political effects.
Published:02 July 2015
Like in a game of chicken, Greece and the Eurozone are waiting to see who will swerve first. Due to Syriza’s internal politics, Prime Minister Tsipras has had to wait until the last minute until trying to make a deal. Read to find out how the rest of the Eurozone will react if Greece were to exit.
Published:23 June 2015
Thomas Laskey, Pan-European Fixed Income Investment Manager at Aberdeen Asset Management, draws some interesting parallels between the track titles on the Dire Straits ‘Brothers in Arms’ album and Greece’s current predicament.
Company:Aberdeen Asset Management
Published:08 June 2015
In an environment characterized by uncertainty, weak GDP growth and record-low interest rates, investors are in search of yield. European mezzanine investments, as an asset class, offer investors attractive floating base rates that address their need for yield, while at the same time protecting
Published:26 September 2013
The definition of strategic expected returns on assets - i.e. over at least a 10-year period consistent with the duration of pension funds' liabilities and independent of tactical views expressed over a horizon of a few months - is particularly important for institutional investors. It helps them
Company:Amundi Asset management
Published:11 February 2013
In this piece Lars Kreckel, Equity Strategist, Legal & General Investment Management, considers whether US equities are the obvious buy that many people seem to think or is there a case to be made that they do not offer good value when compared to other regions.
Published:04 September 2012
Since the beginning of the euro project some sceptical commentators have argued that without political union the euro is condemned to failure. Stewart Robertson argues that if recent events have taught us anything it is that the European Union remains at heart a confederation of sovereign states.
Published:13 August 2012