Published by : Legal & General Investment Management
The falls over the past two years in high yield and emerging market debt (‘alternative credit') credit spreads,1 along with indications of late-cycle behaviour in the US, has led some investors to be nervous about allocating to these areas. But should pension schemes reconsider?
This article details the strategic benefits of allocating to alternative credit and why LGIM believe investing in the asset class could be beneficial for many schemes.
Published:05 October 2018
Business Area: Emerging Markets
Type: Portable Document Format (.pdf)
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