Paul Doyle
Paul Doyle

Paul Doyle

Head of Europe ex-UK Equities

Latest articles

23 December 2020

No alternative to equities

While political risk, a second Covid-19 wave, lower economic activity and suppressed inflation might trigger a short-term sell-off, in the medium term a high equity risk premium and low rates will support equities
Read time - 8 min
20 September 2020

Coronavirus: what now for economies and markets?

It’s been a tumultuous time for investors everywhere. Momentum is the key when looking at future prospects for stock markets and employment prospects across the continent
Read time - 6 min
20 September 2020

Pandemic policy measures don’t derail credit preference

Policymakers have taken several steps to prevent the banking sector from becoming an amplifier of the shock caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, instead making it part of the solution. We believe the sector has enough capital and liquidity to ride out the pandemic
Read time - 5 min
20 May 2020

Covid-19: A pandemic with no precedent in a modern economy

The good-news stories and optimism of three months ago have been consigned to the bin, as the virus, lockdowns and economic bailouts take centre stage.
Read time - 7 min

Latest articles

23 December 2020

Paul Doyle

Head of Europe ex-UK Equities

No alternative to equities

While political risk, a second Covid-19 wave, lower economic activity and suppressed inflation might trigger a short-term sell-off, in the medium term a high equity risk premium and low rates will support equities
Read time - 8 min
20 September 2020

Paul Doyle

Head of Europe ex-UK Equities

Coronavirus: what now for economies and markets?

It’s been a tumultuous time for investors everywhere. Momentum is the key when looking at future prospects for stock markets and employment prospects across the continent
Read time - 6 min
20 September 2020

Christopher Hult

Portfolio Manager, Fixed income

Paul Doyle

Head of Europe ex-UK Equities

Rosalie Pinkney

Senior Credit Analyst

Pandemic policy measures don’t derail credit preference

Policymakers have taken several steps to prevent the banking sector from becoming an amplifier of the shock caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, instead making it part of the solution. We believe the sector has enough capital and liquidity to ride out the pandemic
Read time - 5 min
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