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European high-yield markets between apocalypse and euphoria

London, 13 February 2023. Robus Capital experts see little consensus in expectations for European high-yield markets in 2023. Performance estimates ranged from -8 percent to +15 percent, compared to a maximum of 2 percent to 3 percent in the past. “Even if a recession in some key European countries can actually be avoided at the last minute, there is still quite a bit of sand in the gears. Supply chains are still not back on track and the energy issue is not off the table either, despite the mild winter. The bottom line could be a positive return of 6-7 percent, but we don’t believe in a return to a linear development like in the past years,” says Mark Hoffmann, portfolio manager at Robus Capital. The full Press Release can be found here.

Robus Capital talks to Citywire

Frankfurt, 07. Februar 2023. Mark Hoffmann, Portfolio Manager at Robus Capital, answered Lukas Kümmerle’s questions in a video interview with Citywire Germany. Mark Hoffmann explains the background of the performance of the Robus Mid-Market Value Bond Fund in 2022, gives an insight into the current direction of the portfolio as well as an outlook for 2023. Ses the full interview here.

Robus Capital increases the return targets for two of its corporate credit funds

London, January 25, 2023. Robus Capital, Germany’s leading institutional asset manager specializing in publicly traded corporate bonds and loans from mid-sized companies in Europe, is raising return targets for two of tis corporate bond funds. “Our specialization in credit instruments for middle-market companies benefits both our partners and our investors. Already during the pandemic, we’ve seen that smaller financing adjustments can prove to be a big relief to healthy companies that can be very rewarding,” says Mark Hoffmann, Portfolio Manager of Robus Capital. The full Press Release can be found here.

Robus Capital featured in German newspaper Börsen-Zeitung

London, January 24, 2023. In the article “Volatility in Europe’s High-Yielders to be expected” by Kai Johansen, published today in the daily German newspaper Börsen-Zeitung, Robus Capital is quoted: “We do not expect the European credit markets to bottom out until the coming quarters. However, in view of the sharp rise in risk premiums, we no longer expect a dramatic drop in prices in the high-yield segment,” predicts Dieter Kaiser, managing director at Robus Capital. Read the full article at Börsen-Zeitung.

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