Alan Howard: The Return Of Volatility: Canary In The Coal Mine? via Milken Institute
Gillian Tett, U.S. Managing Editor and Columnist, Financial Times
The DG Value Funds were up 2.7% for the third quarter, with individual fund classes ranging from 2.54% to 2.84%. The HFRI Distressed/ Restructuring Index was up 0.21%, while the HFRI Event-Driven Index declined 0.21%. The Credit Suisse High-Yield Index returned 0.91%, and the Russell 2000 fell 4.36%, while the S&P 500 returned 0.58% for Read More
Alexander Friedman, Group CEO, GAM
Joshua Friedman, Co-Founder, Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Canyon Partners, LLC
Joshua Harris, Co-Founder and Member, Board of Directors, Apollo Global Management
Alan Howard, Co-Founder and Partner, Brevan Howard
Carey Lathrop, Managing Director and Head of Global Credit Markets, Citi
Optimism about global markets was mixed as 2014 closed with plunging oil prices, growing geopolitical risk and sluggish growth in Asia and Europe. The uncertainty isn’t limited to Europe and Asia, though. In the U.S., speculation about higher interest rates is creating volatility in U.S. and emerging markets. With many countries still bogged down by the legacies of the recession, including excessive debt and high unemployment, can world leaders find a common strategy for expanding growth? And amid the turbulence, how should investors position themselves to take advantage of returning volatility? To open the Global Conference, some of the world’s leading minds in finance will consider these questions and share their thoughts about what’s in store for the world’s capital markets.
The Return of Volatility: Canary in the Coal Mine?