This bespoke webinar is produced in partnership with Aegon Asset Management, and aims to help insurers understand how to navigate volatile and increasingly challenging global markets – with a specific focus on alternative fixed income and its potential benefits.

With many feeling that the rationale to be in alternatives is limited, this discussion will ask how insurers should prepare for a market turn when risk assets are back in favour. It will also cover rate cuts and managing a core bond portfolio in the current environment. Through an exploration of barbell investing and other current trends, attendees will learn how to maintain the predictability of the asset mix for the longer term.

Register to attend the webinar online on 13th June from 9am until 10:20am BST - it's free.


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09:00 - 09:02

Opening Remarks
Noel Hillmann, Chief Executive Officer, Clear Path Analysis

09:02 - 09:15

Representative to be confirmed, Aegon Asset Management

09:15 - 09:55

Navigating volatile and challenging markets with Alternative fixed income


Andrew Putwain, Managing Editor, Clear Path Analysis


- Mike Chappell, Head of Illiquid Assets, Phoenix Group

- Angel Kansagara, Head of ALM & Investment Solutions, Lloyds

09:55 - 10:00

Closing Remarks

Andrew Putwain, Managing Editor, Clear Path Analysis

Mike Chappell

Co-Head of Private Assets, Phoenix Group

Angel Kansagra

Head of ALM & Investment Solutions, Lloyd’s

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