Managing investments on an
international scale

With the experience and professionalism of our team of experts at the Generali Group, in addition to the world-class investment firms available through its fund-of-funds offerings, we have the tools to allow your investments to flourish.

Our managers combine rigorous analysis and selection of the stocks and bonds of the companies in which we invest — known as a “bottom-up” approach – with a “top-down” process that begins with the Generali Group’s forecasts of the main macroeconomic variables, allowing dynamic management of exposures according to tactical expectations of financial market and exchange rate trends.

Special attention is dedicated to monitoring all risks to which a portfolio is exposed, including market, interest-rate, credit, liquidity and counterparty risk.

Generali Group, a recognised financial strength

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Source: Generali Group. Figures, except otherwise indicated, as at 30 June 2017

INSIGHTS & EVENTS

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Investment Returns: A 5-year perspective

17/10/2019

2019 has seen huge inflows into Fixed Income (FI) funds and outflows from Equities. From a medium-term return perspective this makes no sense. The formidable demand for safe assets reflects cyclical and structural forces (e.g. ageing).

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The time for investments in EM hard currency sovereign debt has not come yet

10/10/2019

Despite a slight spread widening, EM hard currency sovereign bonds have yielded a strong return year-to-date – thanks to decreasing underlying yields.

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Market Compass October 2019

07/10/2019

Edited by the Macro & Market Research Team. The team of 13 analysts based in Paris, Cologne, Trieste, Milan and Prague runs qualitative and quantitative analysis on macroeconomic and financial issues.
The team translates macro and quant views into investment ideas that feed into the investment process.

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Underwhelming US jobs growth add to the case for an October rate cut

04/10/2019

In September the US economy created 136k new jobs, falling being expectation of a 145k increase.

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UK Crash Brexit revisited

01/10/2019

The Brexit saga is still very fluid. On July 25th, Boris Johnson entered Downing Street 10, after Theresa May’s negotiated deal with the EU repeatedly failed to get approvalfrom the House of Commons.

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