Barings (Europe)

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Barings is a $325 billion* global financial services firm dedicated to meeting the evolving investment and capital needs of our clients and customers. Through active asset management and direct origination, we provide innovative solutions and access to differentiated opportunities across public and private capital markets. A subsidiary of MassMutual, Barings maintains a strong global presence with business and investment professionals located across North America, Europe and Asia Pacific.

*As of June 30, 2019

News from Barings (Europe)

  • ECB Easing and Trade Deescalation Boost Markets download

    The three things you need to know this week: More signs are pointing to U.S.-China trade war de-escalation, ECB launches new stimulus and the PBOC cuts required reserve ratios.

White Papers / Research from Barings (Europe)

  • High Yield: Rates, Recessions and Relative Value weblink

    While there is no shortage of risks to consider in today’s high yield markets—from ESG to the end of the credit cycle—Barings’ Martin Horne describes how taking a contrarian approach can help investors uncover pockets of value

  • Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt: Does Active Management Pay? download

    The performance of Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt can—and does—vary widely from country to country. In this piece, Barings’ Cem Karacadag explores how an active approach can be key to selecting the most attractive opportunities, while also avoiding the bad apples.

  • September Macro Dashboard download

    Global leading indicators ticked up slightly in August, but remain in contraction territory. While global growth has slowed, risks are tilted to the downside. The mounting toll of higher trade costs, decreased investment and dwindling confidence are weighing on growth.

  • Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear weblink

    Investment Risks Are Harder to Ignore Economists know that even the freshest data only records what has already happened, and their visibility of what may come is murky at best. Recent sightings in the rearview mirror look increasingly ominous as the U.S. enters a record 123-consecutive months of expansion. The faint glimmers ahead may well prolong it for a little while, but they had better get brighter soon or else be overwhelmed by the gathering gloom.

  • Equities: Is it Time for Dividends to Come Back in Style? weblink

    In the latest episode of Streaming Income, Darryl Lucas, Head of Equity Income, provides insight into how the Barings team seeks to capitalize on the power of compounding dividends while aiming to lower risk in the process.

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Head Office
20 Old Bailey
London
EC4M 7BF
United Kingdom
Company website:
http://www.barings.com
Parent Company:
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company
Year Founded:
1762
No. of investment offices worldwide:
30

What’s new

  • High Yield: Rates, Recessions and Relative Value

    High Yield: Rates, Recessions and Relative Value

    White papersThu, 10 Oct 2019

    While there is no shortage of risks to consider in today’s high yield markets—from ESG to the end of the credit cycle—Barings’ Martin Horne describes how taking a contrarian approach can help investors uncover pockets of value

  • Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt: Does Active Management Pay

    Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt: Does Active Management Pay?

    White papersThu, 10 Oct 2019

    The performance of Emerging Markets Sovereign Debt can—and does—vary widely from country to country. In this piece, Barings’ Cem Karacadag explores how an active approach can be key to selecting the most attractive opportunities, while also avoiding the bad apples.

  • September Macro Dashboard

    September Macro Dashboard

    White papersMon, 30 Sep 2019

    Global leading indicators ticked up slightly in August, but remain in contraction territory. While global growth has slowed, risks are tilted to the downside. The mounting toll of higher trade costs, decreased investment and dwindling confidence are weighing on growth.

  • Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear

    White papersFri, 27 Sep 2019

    Investment Risks Are Harder to Ignore Economists know that even the freshest data only records what has already happened, and their visibility of what may come is murky at best. Recent sightings in the rearview mirror look increasingly ominous as the U.S. enters a record 123-consecutive months of expansion. The faint glimmers ahead may well prolong it for a little while, but they had better get brighter soon or else be overwhelmed by the gathering gloom.

  • Equities: Is it Time for Dividends to Come Back in Style?

    White papersWed, 25 Sep 2019

    In the latest episode of Streaming Income, Darryl Lucas, Head of Equity Income, provides insight into how the Barings team seeks to capitalize on the power of compounding dividends while aiming to lower risk in the process.

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