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  • 17/05/2019
    Hermes strengthens private debt platform with new hire
    Hermes has announced the appointment of Kevin Roche as a Director for Private Debt and CLO’s.
  • 10/04/2019
    Building a meaningful city at Wellington Place, Leeds
    Tatiana Bosteels
    A new report measures the outcomes of meaningful place-making
  • 18/03/2019
    Amplified: Impactful intent – meaningful place-making
    Tatiana Bosteels
    In this episode of Amplified, Tatiana Bosteels, Director of Responsibility at Hermes Real Estate, discusses how Hermes Real Estate is progressing further, building on the success of RPI to strengthen its delivery of outcomes beyond performance.
  • 12/02/2019
    Cov-lite loans: the new normal, but at what cost?
    Laura Vaughan
    We explore the implications of loosening covenants and explain why we avoid these instruments.
  • 20/11/2018
    Amplified: What does 2019 have in store for investors?
    Eoin Murray
    Trade tensions, Brexit, the #MeToo movement and climate change have dominated news flow in 2018.
  • 21/11/2017
    Rising to the interest rate challenge
    Peter Hofbauer
    •By debating the size of their balance sheets, central banks are showing the first signs since the crisis that they may be worrying about our growing addiction to QE. After unclogging the system in 2009, QE has since been an imperfect remedy. •But, its impact may not have been properly picked up. By taking explicit account of QE & fiscal positions, our analysis suggests the true US policy rate may be as low as -4%, & -3% in the UK. •This may be just as well, as, without care, an unhelpful jigsaw piece from the 1930s - retaliatory trade protectionism - might yet come crashing into place. The impact of protectionism this time, though, could be far more complicated. •First, the economic & financial linkages suggest the knock-on would be more far reaching. Global retaliation would activate second-round effects that later offset the initial growth-impulse from Mr Trump’s intended tax cuts.