London - Supply chain finance funds (SCFs) face an uncertain future following the recent suspension and liquidation of several open-end mutual SCFs with links to the failed supply-chain finance company Greensill Capital, Fitch Ratings says in a new report. Fallout from the situation is likely to damage...
Fitch Ratings has affirmed the ratings of nine J.P. Morgan short-term money market funds (ST MMFs) and one J.P. Morgan standard money market fund (MMF). The ST MMFs and standard MMF are managed by J.P. Morgan Asset Management (UK) Limited (euro- and sterling-denominated funds) and J.P. Morgan Investment...
Fitch Ratings estimates that assets under management (AUM) in global ESG-oriented money market funds (MMFs) increased by around 50% to EUR123 billion by end-2020. In contrast, growth of all global MMFs was only around 20% in the same period. The ESG MMF growth was driven primarily by funds converting to an...
The US and the UK/EU are on different regulatory pathways regarding ESG but the long-term structural trends in favour of ESG investing will persist, says Fitch.
The fund was launched to provide moderate liquidity while maximising income and preserving capital via investing in investment-grade fixed-income securities.
European non-government short-term MMFs account for a limited share of European commercial paper (ECP) issued by non-financial corporates.
Fitch Ratings has downgraded CSOP US Dollar Money Market ETF’s International Fund Credit Quality Rating to ‘AA+f’, from ‘AAAf’.
European low-volatility net asset value money market funds’ (MMFs) flows have stabilised since a volatile period in March 2020 for all currencies.
Declines in asset values as a result of the pandemic are likely to put pressure on the balance-sheet leverage of rated European investment companies
Fitch Ratings has assessed the rating vulnerabilities of global financial institutions (FIs) during a coronavirus downside scenario in a recently published report.
This criteria report focuses on the key rating considerations when assessing the capacity of an MMF, or of other liquidity- or cash-management products.
At least 76 European mutual funds gated in March 2020 due to increased demand for withdrawals from investors concerned by financial market volatility.