Credit - Volume 10 / Issue 8
Articles in this issue
CDPCs: Closed for business
Credit derivatives product companies, the specialised financial insurers who sold protection to structured credit counterparties, have seen the bottom fall out of their market with the demise of the structured products asset class. Some CDPCs, like…
ESG: Credit investing with a conscience
Making investment decisions based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors isn't just a woolly-minded 'trendy' move designed to appease the hairshirt-wearing green lobby. It actually makes financial sense, as Caroline Harrison of ASSET4…
Profile: Henrik Raber
Standard Chartered's new head of capital markets in Europe, America and Africa speaks to Credit about where he sees growth opportunities in the months ahead
Quantitative easing: A licence to print money?
The Bank of England's quantitative easing programme has been widely credited with helping stave off economic depression in the UK – for the time being at least. But what impact has it had on the outlook for inflation?