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Looking into 2022 with Federated Hermes

Global markets have seen significant volatility in 2021 driven by price inflation, expectations for interest rates, commodities shortages and covid-19 variants. An enormous amount of attention has been placed on fighting the climate crisis and how all market participants can effectively transition to net zero. Will these trends persist into next year?

Senior figures from across the business explore expectations of what lies ahead:

Latest Articles

EOS at Federated Hermes appointed by Colonial First State for stewardship services
High Copper Prices to Drive Peru’s Economy
Our GEMs team share findings from a recent trip to Peru
Federated Hermes expands Global Fixed Income team with Private Debt hire
Federated Hermes has announced the appointment of Christoph Lausecker as a Director in its Private Debt team. Reporting to the Head of Direct Lending, Laura Vaughan, Christoph will be based in London and will work across the private debt platform, with a focus on the German-speaking market.
Federated Hermes launches ‘Article 9’ Biodiversity Fund in affiliation with the Natural History Museum
Biodiversity Fund is newest addition to Impact product offering
Engagement relating to the conflict in Ukraine
An update on our engagement efforts
Five trends shaping expectations for Global Credit fundamentals in 2022
Our Credit team has become moderately cautious on the outlook for global fundamentals

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Johnny Weir,
Head of Corporate Communications, Federated Hermes Limited
Rachael Dowers,
Associate Director - Corporate Communications
Hannah Bellfield,
Manager - Corporate Communications
Jake Rosenberg,
Assistant Manager - Corporate Communications