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JSE and FTSE Russell fixed income indexes partnership

The Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and the leading index provider FTSE Russell are extending their existing equity index partnership to include fixed income – combining JSE's regional expertise in Africa and the exchange’s market standard bond prices, with FTSE Russell’s world-class fixed income index expertise and multi-asset capabilities.

Join the CEO of FTSE Russell and the Director of Information Services of the JSE, as well as fixed income experts from FTSE Russell as they discuss the characteristics of the enhanced index offering, the opportunities the partnership will bring to the market, and what it can do for investors locally and internationally.

Presenters will touch on South Africa’s evolving debt market, the trends in Fixed income investing, and deliberate what lies ahead for this market against the backdrop of a global pandemic.

Ahead of this webinar, you may be interested in the following announcement and microsite:
- Press release: FTSE Russell and JSE launch fixed income indexes [www.ftserussell.com/press/ftse-russell-and-jse-launch-fixed-income-indexes]
- FTSE/JSE Africa Indexes [www.ftserussell.com/products/indices/jse]
Recorded Jul 3 2020 87 mins
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Waqas Samad, CEO of FTSE Russell; Mark Randall (JSE); Robin Marshall, Scott Harman and Gary Rynhoud (FTSE Russell)
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    Importantly, he will provide an in-depth examination of the drivers of risk appetite such as changes to:

    - growth and inflation expectations
    - financial conditions
    - the profit and valuation cycle
    - factor rotation
    - the status of market sentiment.
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    Philip will analyse global equities and fixed income markets in the context of current market issues and provide answers to the key questions facing investors.

    Importantly, he will provide an in-depth examination of the drivers of risk appetite such as changes to:

    - growth and inflation expectations
    - financial conditions
    - the profit and valuation cycle
    - factor rotation
    - the status of market sentiment.
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    Join Philip Lawlor, MD and head of Global Investment Research, for his quarterly review of global markets when he will share timely capital-market analysis and insights for better investment decision-making.

    Philip will analyse global equities and fixed income markets in the context of current market issues and provide answers to the key questions facing investors.

    Importantly, he will provide an in-depth examination of the drivers of risk appetite such as changes to:
    - growth and inflation expectations
    - financial conditions
    - the profit and valuation cycle
    - factor rotation
    - the status of market sentiment.
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    Implementing SIFI solutions can be challenging given the range of sub-asset classes, the complexities of different types of bonds or investing approaches and an evolving understanding of the materiality of different SI issues. Outside of green bonds, fixed income has traditionally been a laggard in adopting sustainable investing approaches compared to listed equities. However, this is changing rapidly and the SIFI market is growing quickly as investors understanding of the impact of ESG and climate issues on fixed income holdings is increasing, new sustainable fixed income products are launched and regulators are scrutinising sustainability risks and claims.

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    AGENDA

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    With a résumé spanning over 30 years in the industry, Robin has worked with many institutional clients in the fixed income space and is highly regarded for research that utilizes capital-market analysis. Join him on Tuesday May 11, to hear his perspective.
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    They will also draw upon key findings from our quarterly Market Maps “Factor Forensics” and "Regional Factor Indicator" reports which they author and that are being published before the webinar. These reports are part of a suite that offer timely capital-market analysis and insights for better investment decision-making.
  • Factor performance and valuations after a turbulent year, for investors globally Recorded: Apr 28 2021 24 mins
    Marlies van Boven, head of investment research, EMEA and Mark Barnes, head of investment research, Americas
    Join senior members of our Global Investment Research team for valuable insights into factor performance and valuations, after a tumultuous year. You will hear answers to key questions, such as:

    - How have markets and factors performed since the outbreak of the crisis?
    - What are the Covid-19 factor winners and losers?
    - Are there regional outliers that provide good investment opportunities?
    - Which factors are looking cheap or expensive?
    - What is the impact of the recent factor rotation on relative valuations?
    - The recent P/E expansion has mainly been driven by price, but what is the earnings outlook?
    - Which factors are at risk of potential de-valuation, or poised for potential outperformance?

    Marlies van Boven, head of investment research, EMEA and Mark Barnes, head of investment research, Americas, will frame their analysis within the context of the adjustment in Factor behavior since the post-COVID regime.

    They will also draw upon key findings from our quarterly Market Maps “Factor Forensics” and "Regional Factor Indicator" reports which they author and that are being published before the webinar. These reports are part of a suite that offer timely capital-market analysis and insights for better investment decision-making.
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    Mark Barnes, head of investment research, Americas and Marlies van Boven, head of investment research, EMEA
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    You will hear answers to key questions, such as:

    - How have markets and factors performed since the outbreak of the crisis?
    - What are the Covid-19 factor winners and losers?
    - Are there regional outliers that provide good investment opportunities?
    - Which factors are looking cheap or expensive?
    - What is the impact of the recent factor rotation on relative valuations?
    - The recent P/E expansion has mainly been driven by price, but what is the earnings outlook?
    - Which factors are at risk of potential de-valuation, or poised for potential outperformance?

    Marlies van Boven, head of investment research, EMEA and Mark Barnes, head of investment research, Americas, will frame their analysis within the context of the adjustment in Factor behavior since the post-COVID regime.

    They will also draw upon key findings from our quarterly Market Maps “Factor Forensics” and "Regional Factor Indicator" reports which they author and that are being published before the webinar. These reports are part of a suite that offer timely capital-market analysis and insights for better investment decision-making.
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    本ウェビナーは約75分で、議題は以下を予定しています。
    • 開会のご挨拶 – FTSE Russell
    • バリューファクターパフォーマンスのグローバル比較 – FTSE Russellインベストメント・リサーチ・ヘッド・APAC 田村浩道
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    • 閉会のご挨拶
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    Robin Marshall, director of fixed income research, Global Investment Research, FTSE Russell
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    • Is the post-Covid economic recovery in jeopardy, after the increase in bond yields?
    • Will central banks need to step up QE?
    • Are bond vigilantes chasing inflation shadows, or are central banks behind the inflation curve?

    Robin will draw upon key findings from our monthly Fixed Income Insight "Market Maps" report which he authors, and which will be published shortly before the webinar.

    With a résumé spanning over 30 years in the industry, Robin has worked with many institutional clients in the fixed income space and is highly regarded for research that utilizes capital-market analysis. Join him on Wednesday, April 14, to hear his perspective.
  • Global Fixed Income after the Taper Tantrum - For investors in EMEA Recorded: Apr 14 2021 30 mins
    Robin Marshall, director of fixed income research, Global Investment Research, FTSE Russell
    Join Robin Marshall, director of fixed income research at FTSE Russell, for an assessment of the key issues for Global Fixed Income in Q2 after the Taper Tantrum. During the webinar, Robin will address some of the main questions for investors and policy-makers. Specifically:

    • Is the post-Covid economic recovery in jeopardy, after the increase in bond yields?
    • Will central banks need to step up QE?
    • Are bond vigilantes chasing inflation shadows, or are central banks behind the inflation curve?

    Robin will draw upon key findings from our monthly Fixed Income Insight "Market Maps" report which he authors, and which will be published shortly before the webinar.

    With a résumé spanning over 30 years in the industry, Robin has worked with many institutional clients in the fixed income space and is highly regarded for research that utilises capital-market analysis. Join him on Wednesday, April 14, to hear his perspective.
  • Global Fixed Income after the Taper Tantrum - For investors in the APAC region Recorded: Apr 14 2021 30 mins
    Robin Marshall, director of fixed income research, Global Investment Research, FTSE Russell
    Join Robin Marshall, director of fixed income research at FTSE Russell, for an assessment of the key issues for Global Fixed Income in Q2 after the Taper Tantrum. During the webinar, Robin will address some of the main questions for investors and policy-makers. Specifically:

    • Is the post-Covid economic recovery in jeopardy, after the increase in bond yields?
    • Will central banks need to step up QE?
    • Are bond vigilantes chasing inflation shadows, or are central banks behind the inflation curve?

    Robin will draw upon key findings from our monthly Fixed Income Insight "Market Maps" report which he authors, and which will be published shortly before the webinar.

    With a résumé spanning over 30 years in the industry, Robin has worked with many institutional clients in the fixed income space and is highly regarded for research that utilizes capital-market analysis. Join him on Wednesday, April 14, to hear his perspective.
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    •Coverage of Non-Agency RMBS and CRTs in Yield Book products
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    Please join us on March 25th at 4:00 p.m. ET for a live webinar with Q&A. The webinar will be hosted by David Craft, Senior Vice President Sales, Yield Book, LSEG; Jake Katz, Director, Non-agency RMBS Modeller, Yield Book, LSEG; Aysegul Erdem, Head of Securitized Product Management, Yield Book, LSEG
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