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Listen: Fixed Income in 15 - Episode 4

The latest episode of the Fixed Income in 15 podcast featured Xavier Baraton, Global CIO of Fixed Income at HSBC Global Asset Management and S&P Global Ratings Chief Economist – EMEA, Sylvain Broyer. Joe Cass served up questions on company culture, Infinity QE, Green QE and the challenges of maintaining a healthy work-life balance. Conversation turned to the future of asset management and how, as a part-time lecturer in Economics in Paris, Sylvain has seen the demographics and attitude of his students change over the past decade.