Credit Agricole confirms fixed interest product impending

Tyson-Chan, Darin
February 2007
Money Management;2/15/2007, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p3
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the impending fixed interest fund of Credit Agricole Asset Management (CAAM) for investors in Australia. It states that the global fund's formulation will be established according to the risk appetite of Australian investors. Bruno Crastes, CAAM chief investment officer, claims that risks were allocated in currencies due to their alpha's easy generation. Moreover, CAAM plans to market the product between April and June 2007.


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