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Insight 15.02.2016

M.Longhini: “The dangerous quest for bond yields”

M.Longhini: “The dangerous quest for bond yields”

In the column "Un oeil sur la place financière" of the Swiss daily Le Temps, Michel Longhini, CEO Private Banking, regularly brings his perspective to the newspaper’s readers.


Today he explains why bonds, which private clients have long regarded as a guarantee of safety, must now be seen as a real source of risk that must be mitigated and managed.

Michel Longhini
Michel Longhini

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