Credit crunch



Pumping up the volume.

Can 26 bond investors change the face of the credit markets? That’s exactly the process that a group of leading UK and continental European fund managers (let’s call them the G26) tried to set in motion last month when they produced a wish list of measures designed to improve market standards and efficiency in the European credit markets.

If the intention was to provoke a reaction, then the signatories certainly achieved their aim. The document has been the main talking

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