Swedish investors look to long-dated bonds



New regulations currently being drawn up by Sweden’s finance ministry and the financial regulator, the Financial Supervisory Authority, mean that within the next two years investors may have to mark their liabilities to market instead of using the fixed 3.5% rate laid out by the current supervisory regime. As a result insurers and pension fund managers will be eager to increase the interest rate sensitivity of their holdings and beef up their exposure to long-dated bonds over short-dated notes

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