Global investors swoop in for €35bn eurozone splurge after ECB pulls back

2nd June, 2019
Since the European Central Bank has retreated, EU credit markets need new friends Picture: Dennis Fischer

Christian Hantel is exactly the kind of investor European companies are wooing as they adjust to a world of diminished monetary largesse. Based in Zurich, he channels cash from outside the eurozone, the kind that corporate borrowers from the 19-member bloc on the potential precipice of another decade of economic stagnation need as the European Central Bank retreats.

The money manager at Vontobel Asset Management is at the vanguard of a wave of foreigners that...

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