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IGM FX and Rates

EM FLOW FUNDAMENTALS - Investors looking for value drive net inflows to Turkish equities

By Christopher Shiells 17 Aug 2018

Turkey funds attract net inflows amid turmoil as investors eye opportunity

IGM Credit

EPFR FUND FLOWS: IG outflows accelerate, HY winning run ends

By Matthew Barrett 17 Aug 2018

EPFR FUND FLOWS: IG outflows accelerate, HY winning run ends

IGM Credit

[ASIAN BOND FLOWS] Thai bond outlook improves in line with our expectation

By Riki Zhang 17 Aug 2018

Thai bond outlook improves in line with our expectation. Here's our breakdown analysis.

IGM FX and Rates

Viewpoint: Week Ahead

By Robert Graystone 17 Aug 2018

The week ahead includes the Jackson Hole symposium, prelim Markit PMIs and Japan July CPI

EPFR, IGM Credit, IGM FX and Rates, WealthMan...

A lot of Noise, not so Much Action

By David Ader 17 Aug 2018

It is rare, I admit, for me to find the silver lining in a given cloud, but I managed to in the recent week.  Perhaps I was inspired in this search by the approaching 10th anniversary of the Lehman bankruptcy and the differences and similarities between now and then but I’ll save those thoughts for now.  In any event, the silver lining I refer to comes in the form of household debt.  The Quarterly Report on Household Debt & Credit from the New York Fed showed a relatively modest rise in overall debt to $13.3 trillion, a gain of $82 billion.  I suppose that is the ‘bad’ news if you consider debt a bad thing for households. Read more from David Ader's latest musings...

Topic Industry News

Market Research Solutions, Competitive Produc...

Want to See the Future of Digital Banking? Look to Europe.

By Chad Watkins 15 Aug 2018

Digital product managers at financial institutions have to keep a close eye on what’s coming from their competitors. But if they really want to get ahead of the curve, they should be looking a little farther afield.

Topic Changing Rate Environment Fintech

Competitive Product Research

Navigating a Rising Rate Environment Podcast: Part #4

By Paul Needels and Ray Montague of Informa Financial Intelligence 14 Aug 2018

Part #4 - Loan Products - Profitability and Risk-Based Pricing The rising rate environment is here and financial institution executives are arming themselves with practical strategies to help succeed. What has changed since the last time? Online banking existed, but wasn’t fully accepted by consumers, mobile banking hadn’t taken hold, and consumer banking behavior was substantially different. Paul Needels and Ray Montague of Informa Financial Intelligence present a series of podcasts taken from their presentation to the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago. Podcast part #4, in a series of seven, is a discussion of what is happening in lending and what strategies for profitability and risk-based pricing should be considered for this rising rate environment.

Topic Changing Rate Environment

Competitive Product Research

Navigating a Rising Rate Environment Podcast: Part #3

By Paul Needels and Ray Montague of Informa Financial Intelligence 14 Aug 2018

Part #3 - Strategies for Deposit Products The rising rate environment is here and financial institution executives are arming themselves with practical strategies to help succeed. What has changed since the last time? Online banking existed, but wasn’t fully accepted by consumers, mobile banking hadn’t taken hold, and consumer banking behavior was substantially different. Paul Needels and Ray Montague of Informa Financial Intelligence present a series of podcasts taken from their presentation to the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chicago. Podcast part #3, in a series of seven, is a discussion of what is happening already with deposit products and what strategies for creating and promoting deposit products can be designed for the rising rate environment.

Topic Changing Rate Environment