A couple of weeks ago we wrote about the woes of Deutsche Bank, which appear to have gone quiet since then (for the time being, at least). What I didn’t mention about Deutsche Bank, however, is that, whilst it has multiple balance sheet issues, its core business model of being a bank is also under
This week, we look at the rather precarious position in which the mighty German Deutsche Bank presently finds itself. For global asset allocation specialists like ourselves, the big question is whether Deutsche Bank is a systemic risk, a solvency issue or simply in a vicious liquidity spiral that it needs to pull out of? Systemic
Scott Campbell, Group Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer on FMR101.3;s Fine Business Radio show with Lindsey Williams (September 5, 2016). [Source: by kind permission of FMR101.3, September 5, 2016]
Following on from James Downie’s most recent weekly view “UK Pensions Time Bomb”, I would like to add a further view. James’s report highlighted the perilous state of UK Defined Benefit (DB) pension schemes, their funding deficits, regulatory complications and the impact of central bank zero interest rate policies. He is right and it is
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