Now in its seventh year, our Annual Fixed Income Conference gives clients a unique insight and outlook into fixed income markets. This year we will examine how the cycle will end and what could happen in the bond markets when it does.
You will hear from our CEO, Mark Holman, who will present TwentyFour's current views and expectations, as well as where today’s positioning may have to change to address the cycle’s end.
This will be followed by a panel session with a group of high-profile strategists from global investment banks, who will debate their own outlooks. You will have the opportunity to ask the panel any questions you may have.
Following the panel debate, we will be running strategy-focused breakout sessions where you will hear direct from the senior portfolio managers within each of TwentyFour’s business lines.
16th September 2020
Registration and Buffet Lunch
Graeme Anderson, Chairman (TwentyFour Asset Management) Chairman's Welcome
Mark Holman, CEO (TwentyFour Asset Management) TwentyFour's Views on the Market and the Current Risks and Opportunities in Fixed Income
Panel session What Will the End of the Cycle Look Like?
Refreshments & Networking
John Magrath, Partner, Head of Distribution (TwentyFour Asset Management) Business Update
Meet the Managers Choice of x 1 break-out session: Asset-Backed Securities, Multi-Sector Bond, Outcome Driven
Meet the Team Drinks and canapés
Look who's talking
Graeme AndersonChairman, TwentyFour Asset Management arrow
Chairman, TwentyFour Asset Management
Graeme is one of the founding partners of TwentyFour Asset Management, and serves as the firm’s Executive Committee Chairman.
He is also Chairman of the Asset Allocation Committee, the firm’s ESG steering group and a member of the firm’s Risk and Compliance Committee.
Day to day Graeme is a member of the firm’s Outcome Driven Strategy.
During his 33 years in fixed income markets, Graeme has held a variety of leadership roles in both asset management (Britannia Asset Management) and investment banking (Barclays Capital, Greenwich NatWest and Merrill Lynch).
Mark HolmanCEO, TwentyFour Asset Management arrow
CEO, TwentyFour Asset Management
Mark is one of the founding partners of TwentyFour, and serves as the firm’s Chief Executive Officer.
He sits on the firm’s Executive Committee, which has the overall responsibility for the day to day running of the firm, as well as the Board of Directors which sets the overall strategy and direction of the business.
Day to day, Mark is also a key member of the firm’s Multi-Sector Bond team which manages strategies including the TwentyFour Dynamic Bond Fund and Vontobel Fund – TwentyFour Strategic Income Fund. He is a member of the firm’s Investment Committee.
Mark has 30 years of experience in fixed income markets gained across a variety of senior roles asset management and investment banking, including positions at Barclays Capital, Lehman Brothers and Morgan Stanley.
John MagrathPartner, Head of Distribution, TwentyFour Asset Management arrow
Partner, Head of Distribution, TwentyFour Asset Management
John is one of the partners at TwentyFour, having joined in February 2011 as Head of Distribution.
John has responsibility for the firm’s Wholesale business, including Sales, Marketing and Communications.
Prior to joining TwentyFour John was in a senior sales role at F&C Investments / Thames River working primarily in the UK Retail market.
John has over 30 years of financial services experience. He gained broad experience in asset management working in strategy, marketing, business development and operations for F&C Investments and RSA Investments.
Come and meet the Outcome Driven team, with Chris Bowie, Gordon Shannon and Jack Daley giving an insight into the two strategies they manage; the Corporate Bond Fund and the Absolute Return Credit Fund. They will discuss how constructing portfolios on a risk-adjusted basis leads to less volatility and more predictable returns, and follow this with a Q&A session.
The Multi-Sector Bond team will give an insight into the strategies, picking up from the market views earlier in the conference. The portfolio managers will look at how these themes are expressed within the portfolios, and explain the dynamics of the team. This will be followed by a Q&A session.
Asset Backed Securities
Hear from, and ask questions of, TwentyFour’s ABS team. As the Monument Bond Fund has largely offered returns uncorrelated with other fixed income and credit funds, the portfolio managers will discuss the drivers of performance and risk in the asset class compared with others, and provide commentary on specific positioning decisions.
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