WEBCALL, Tuesday 26th May 2020 | 1:30 pm BST / 2:30 pm CEST

What’s next for short-term fixed income markets?

The COVID-19 crisis that has gripped the world led to a sharp increase in volatility and an indiscriminate sell-off in short-term fixed income markets as investors sought to raise liquidity. In this webinar we will be joined by Andrew Bosomworth, Head of PIMCO’s European short term desk, and portfolio manager for the PIMCO Euro Short Maturity Source UCITS ETF and the PIMCO Sterling Short Maturity Source UCITS ETF, to discuss the future path of global central bank policy, what this means for fixed income markets, and the opportunities available for investors looking to increase returns over negative cash rates.

Our speakers will share insights on:

  • Impact of recent volatility on short-term fixed income markets
  • PIMCO short maturity products – (Euro, Sterling and USD)
  • Potential opportunities to increase returns over negative interest rates

Webinar details

  Date: Tuesday, 26th May 2020
Time: 1:30 pm BST / 2:30 pm CEST
Duration: Approx. 30 minutes + Q&A

Speaker

Paul Syms

 

Paul Syms
Head of EMEA ETF Fixed Income Product Management, Invesco

Andrew Bosomworth

 

Andrew Bosomworth
Managing Director and Head of Portfolio Management, PIMCO

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