Reserve Benchmarks 2022 report – dealing with old and new risks

Insights on portfolio management strategies to preserve capital in an era of high inflation, a stronger dollar and geopolitical risks

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An event such as the Russian invasion of Ukraine traditionally would have been considered a crisis way beyond reserve managers’ remit. Nonetheless, the war plays a crucial role in two of the most pressing concerns for portfolio managers worldwide. One an old challenge, inflation; the other a growing threat, geopolitical risk.

Firstly, inflation’s return is forcing reserve managers to adopt a set of conventional and new measures to preserve

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