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Nov 22, 2018 3:36:15 PM | LGT Capital Partners News

LGT Investorama: Navigating at the borders

Investing and driving are similar in that the top priority is to avoid accidents. Dry roads allow you to drive faster. When there is fog, snow, or ice, the cautious driver will slow down and be on the alert for sudden, unexpected hazards. Adaptive behavior like this is also important in the financial markets.

Nov 16, 2018 2:36:37 PM | LGT Capital Partners News

LGT Beacon: Big selloffs and midterm elections bode well for a rebound

Fear of further increases in US interest rates and some other looming anxieties culminated in a major equity selloff early this month. However, the broader markets' signals were more constructive: yield curves steepened, breakeven rates ticked up, credit spreads narrowed, and emerging markets assets stabilized; so we decided to buy the dip in equities.

Nov 9, 2018 5:17:09 PM | LGT Capital Partners News

LGT European Capital arranges unitranche facilities in Italy and Spain

Entities LGT European Capital Limited (“LGT European Capital”) provides investment management services to acted as sole arrangers and underwriters of a unitranche financing to support the acquisition of EfectoLED and iWatMotion (the “Group”) by Miura Private Equity in Spain.

Furthermore LGT European Capital has successfully arranged two unitranche facilities in Italy to support the acquisition of FairConnect in September 2018, and the buyout of AEB in October 2018.

Nov 9, 2018 4:34:13 PM | LGT Capital Partners News

LGT’s ILS team receives award for innovative initiative

LGT’s insurance-linked strategies team (LGT ILS) has won the “initiative of the year award” by Trading Risk for the innovation of setting up the first collateralized rated reinsurer, Lumen Re Ltd. This step is expected to have a significant impact on the entire ILS industry.

Oct 18, 2018 3:51:08 PM | LGT Capital Partners News

LGT Beacon: Countercyclical opportunity: buy the dip in equities

Fear of further increases in US interest rates and some other looming anxieties culminated in a major equity selloff early this month. However, the broader markets' signals were more constructive: yield curves steepened, breakeven rates ticked up, credit spreads narrowed, and emerging markets assets stabilized; so we decided to buy the dip in equities.

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