Gareth Isaac

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Brexit

24JUN 2016

Britain votes for Brexit; but where do investors go from here?

The UK’s EU referendum battle is finally over, but now is the time that the UK’s fight for growth really begins.

2016

FEBRUARY

02FEB 2016

Markets

Where we see market opportunities and risks

Leading Schroders fund managers, covering a variety of asset classes and regions, share their insights on a difficult market environment.

JANUARY

14JAN 2016

Markets

Are the doom-mongers right about market risk?

China’s slowing economy and the weakening oil price have led some investors to believe bigger problems are brewing for financial markets. Gareth Isaac believes that investors should be cautious in 2016, but shouldn’t throw in the towel just yet.

2015

OCTOBER

13OCT 2015

Economics

Life after QE - what's next for markets?

At the recent Schroders Investment Conference in Budapest, a panel of Schroders’ fund managers discussed the intended and unintended consequences of quantitative easing. The panel was chaired by the Executive Editor of The Economist, Daniel Franklin.

SEPTEMBER

07SEP 2015

Markets

Schroders Live - Short-term volatility: long-term views

The latest Schroders Live event, hosted by FT Associate Editor Wolfgang Munchau, saw Rory Bateman, Johanna Kyrklund, Gareth Isaac and Matthew Dobbs discuss the recent economic shock in China and the impact of slower growth on the global economy.

JUNE

15JUN 2015

Markets

With bond yields soaring, should investors take flight?

Fixed Income Fund Manager, Gareth Isaac, discusses the recent bond market volatility and its implications for investors over the longer term.

MAY

28MAY 2015

Markets

Markets: What’s in store for the rest of 2015 and beyond?

At our recent forum in Edinburgh, five leading Schroders fund managers and chief economist Keith Wade met to discuss the state of global markets and assess what lies ahead.

19MAY 2015

Markets

Has the bear market in bonds arrived?

Fixed income fund manager Gareth Isaac discusses whether the recent weakness in bond markets is a short-term setback, or the start of a sustained bear market for fixed income.