Anthony Peters, SwissInvest strategist
Anthony is from Manchester but was educated in Germany and Switzerland before taking a degree in History and Politics in his home town. He trained in banking in Zurich. Since 1987 he has been back in the City where he worked in fixed income sales. Since 2008 he has been with SwissInvest from where he services his institutional clients and comments on markets.
Anthony Peters looks back at the daily comment pieces he has been writing since the 1980s.
There was a time, not all that many years ago, when central banks seemingly controlled the world. I’m not talking the eras of Ben Bernanke or even Alan Greenspan, but of the 1980s when Paul Volcker ruled the Federal Reserve, Karl Otto Pohl was master of the Bundesbank, Fritz Leutwyler was at the Swiss National Bank and Robin Leigh-Pemberton was governor of the Bank of England.
The issue of liquidity mismatch is back