Buy-side keen to profit from bank regulation woe

Some buy-side investors want to profit from the retreat by banks from privately negotiated deals but the risks of investing in such illiquid markets can be high.

Buy-side keen to profit from bank regulation woe

As banks continue to retreat from privately negotiated deals in the wake of the global financial crisis, some buy-side investors are now looking to move in.

The risks of investing in such illiquid markets can be high but the opportunity is too big to ignore, delegates at the AsianInvestor's 11th Asian Investment Summit heard last week.

“One of the favourite sayings inside Pimco is do what banks can't do that...

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