Barclays Capital has made a strategic commitment to the inflation derivatives market since conducting its first transaction in 1994. Along with the Royal Bank of Scotland, it is a dominant participant in the well-established UK market.
"Barclays Capital is in the top tier of the market. Its inflation team is very competitive and happy to transact in size," says David Knee, a UK-based institutional portfolio manager at M&G Investments, which manages £65 billion in fixed-income securities. "Ba
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