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  • French Pension Reform (An Update) download

    White papers 26 September 2019

    At the time we were writing the Thematic Paper entitled “French Pension Reform: A Trojan Horse for Better Control of the State Budget?”1, the financial sustainability of the French pension system looked certain. Since then, the government has set a new savings goal, with the aim of achieving financial equilibrium by 2025, and in doing so has prematurely ejected from its Trojan horse… This adds a whole new challenge to an already high-risk reform.

  • France: The Reform Momentum Stays Alive After The Yellow Vest Crisis download

    White papers 25 July 2019

    Other dominant factors within the fixed income environment are the increased role of politics, the still present short-term downside risks regarding the economy, the high level of debt globally, and, moving towards the long term, rising acknowledgment of climate and societal-related risks.

  • Why Investors Should Care About French “Yellow Vests” Protest weblink

    White papers 12 December 2018

    The Gilets Jaunes (Yellow Vests) are a largely spontaneous protest movement that emerged in France, in October. With no declared political affiliation, they called for lower taxes and a higher level of social transfers and public services.

  • Pacte Law: what changes lie ahead for savings in France weblink

    White papers 12 July 2018

    The Pacte Law, presented on June 18, 2018 at the French Council of Ministers, should come into force no later than January 2020, after a period of parliamentary debates and the publication of implementing decrees.

  • France: Significant promises kept, but the most crucial reforms will take time weblink

    White papers 31 May 2018

    One year on from his election victory the French president has already lived up to some of his campaign promises, most visibly regarding labour market regulation and taxation, actions that have generally been welcomed by international financial commentators.

  • French Presidential Elections: OAT/Bund spread - recent trends, equilibrium value and perspectives

    White papers 12 May 2017

    Interest rate differentials between France and Germany rose sharply in the months leading up to the French presidential elections and even reached levels never seen since 2011.

  • Our Convictions: May 2017

    White papers 9 May 2017

    We have repeatedly mentioned how financial markets have tended to overestimate the risks of European elections, underestimate the fears of the Brexit and overestimate hopes on Trump’s economic policy.

  • French Presidential Elections: Macron president - risks disappear...Back to fundamentals

    White papers 8 May 2017

    The second round of the presidential election provided the name of the winner: E. Macron is the next president of the French Republic (66% of the votes).

  • Cross Asset Investment Strategy: May 2017

    White papers 5 May 2017

    The purpose of this article is to present the state of affairs on the polls, the priorities of the French and to recall the program of the two candidates as well as the major issues: to obtain a parliamentary majority for E. Macron, to obtain a parliamentary majority and to clarify her position on Europe for Marine Le Pen.

  • French Presidential Elections: French public debt - liquid and safe

    White papers 4 April 2017

    France’s debt-to-GDP ratio stabilized until 2015, slightly under the threshold of 100%.

  • Cross Asset Investment Strategy: March 2017

    White papers 15 March 2017

    This month, we present the main issues and scenarios relating to French presidential and legislative elections, as well as the most likely market impacts.

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