Conundrum facing reserve managers set to continue, say Nalm speakers

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The challenge of falling yields on traditional investments at a time when the risks of these investments is rising looks set to continue for the foreseeable future, according to speakers at National Asset-Liability Management Middle East 2012. The changing dynamics for G7 sovereign debt is a particular problem for central bank reserve managers and the trend is likely to be exacerbated by the amount of reserves chasing similar assets is expected to continue to rise.

Speaking on a roundtable

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