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Calling foul on FIFA: managers reveal corporate governance tactics

After FIFA president Sepp Blatter became the unwitting face of corporate corruption over the summer, Citywire Global asked top managers on how tackle this topic.

Fresh prints: investors eye 3D printing industry

The field is now driven by more realistic valuations and a wave of innovation. M&A specialist Bryan Dow, of Mooreland Partners, explains the sector’s new and improved dimensions.

Hunt for yield: top global HY managers of the past 12 months

Citywire Global uncovers how the sector's outperformers have successfully managed interest rate risk during a tense year in global markets.

How to play the eight biggest macro themes in the market

Citywire A-rated Talib Sheikh shares his positioning plays for Europe's recovery, transition in China, US strength and more.

Peripheral markets will be shaken by Greek deal, says eurozone expert

NN Investment Partners' Hans van Zwol has cut Spanish and Italian holdings on elevated Greek risks impacting sovereign and corporate debt.

JPM duo’s four top plays for bond market volatility

Citywire A-rated Iain Stealey and Nick Gartside reveal how they're positioning themselves for global credit market uncertainty.

Comgest CIO: top health trends to beat slow European growth

Arnaud Cosserat reveals how he's aiming to achieve 18% earnings growth from his portfolio versus a European average of 5%.

Steer clear of Russia’s new inflation-linked bonds, says EM debt chief

The government bonds won't fare well in disinflationary Russia, according to Pioneer Investments' Yerlan Syzdykov.

Hermes EM chief halves A-shares exposure on instability fears

Gary Greenberg acts to protect against volatility in nascent market and says correction has a long way to go. 

Weak rupiah won't stabilise anytime soon, says Henderson duo

Michael Kerley and Sat Duhra predict more market volatility in the short-term.