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Overview

Fixed income markets tend to do well in periods of weaker economic growth, given a reduced appetite for risk and rising expectations of policy support in the form of interest-rate cuts. However, each slowdown, and the subsequent policy and market responses, are different. Therefore, investors need to adopt the most appropriate approach if they want to maintain a balanced portfolio. Apart from being aware of macroeconomic factors, investment strategies also need to reflect institutional constraints and behaviour.

 

In this webinar, Tanay Dalal provides a simple framework that will help you to decipher the economic backdrop. He also explains how this information can be used to motivate investment themes.

 

This is the archived version of a live webinar that took place on 12 March 2020

About the Speaker(s)

Tanay Dalal Picture
Tanay Dalal

Mr. Dalal is an economist with 12 years of investment experience. Before joining the Axis economic research team in 2013, Mr. Dalal specialised in fixed income and foreign exchange trading, as well as asset-liability management and strategy. He now focuses on translating macroeconomic content into market intelligence. In turn, this informs the decision-making processes of the firm's key clients. Mr. Dalal is an alumnus of the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies.

Shreenivas Kunte
Shreenivas Kunte CFA, CIPM

Shreenivas Kunte, CFA, CIPM, is a director of professional learning and advocacy at CFA Institute. In this role, Mr. Kunte contributes to thought leadership in the investment profession. He writes on investing topics in leading publications and represents CFA Institute at conferences and forums. Mr. Kunte serves as an external research scholar at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. Previously, he worked as the country trading strategist for Citi in Tokyo, Japan. He holds a degree in computer engineering from the University of Mumbai.