NEWSROOM

  • Press releases

    Active Fixed Income managers made the most of volatile H1 with the bulk beating benchmarks, while Equity managers had a more challenging period

    Most active Fixed Income fund managers beat their benchmarks across most asset classes in the first half of 2021, making the most of a volatile market environment in which hopes of a strong global recovery and reflation were shaken by mounting uncertainties related to the rapid spread of the Delta variant and central banks’ response to rising inflation, the latest edition of the Lyxor Asset Management “Active-Passive Navigator” finds.

  • Expert Opinions

    What scenarios for Evergrande’s liquidity crisis ?

    Troubled Chinese property group Evergrande is battling to avoid a hard default, which would risk a spill-over that could severely impact China’s property sector, and beyond. Tough choices will need to be made regarding the distribution of the proceeds and any restructuring is likely to be complex. Lyxor’s Senior Cross-Asset Strategist looks at the causes of Evergrande’s default, and outlines the possible scenarios that could play out.

  • Research

    Money Monitor August 2021

    August was another strong month for Equity and Fixed Income flows across the board. ETFs gathered €10.0bn. Fixed Income and Equity ETFs took in €3.1bn and €6.5bn respectively. ESG ETF flows were well supported, with €5.2bn of inflows in August.

  • Expert Opinions

    Alternative investments, the next frontier for ESG

    Investment based on environmental, social and governance (ESG) criteria is now a mainstream approach amongst traditional, long-only funds. ESG-based alternative strategies are less developed, but this is now changing rapidly.

  • Expert Opinions

    Why we expect Japan’s recovery to continue

    Hit by the Covid-19 Delta variant and recent flooding, and with the Olympic Games done, Japanese equities have been stuck in a trading range since March.

  • Research

    Money Monitor July 2021

    European ETFs have outrun 2019’s record in net new assets, gathering €104.2bn so far this year.