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The asset management offshoot of one of the UK’s oldest and largest insurance companies has decided to target professional investors and clients, rather than the man on the street, as it seeks to grow its European footprint.
The Rothschild group has been trading in Germany since the 1760s, but is only now establishing a presence there as an asset manager, with the aim of building a complete business.
Jean-Baptiste de Franssu, EFAMA president, tells the fund management industry that it must adopt a much more sophisticated approach to its business if it is to survive another global crisis.
French boutique Bernheim, Dreyfus & Co launched in 2006, just before the financial crisis and then took a brave decision to move onshore to Paris from Switzerland. The team is therefore used to bucking trends and is now set to ride an expected wave of...
Before the crisis, hedge funds were not interested in retail investors, preferring to roll out the red carpet for pension funds. But today, having a variety of investors is important to fund managers.
Turkey’s application to join the EU has stalled for some time now, but as an investment destination, it remains one of the strongest stories anywhere in the world, managers tell Jonathan Boyd
Zurich-based ACOLIN Fund Services AG, which links fund companies with distribution partners around Europe, is expanding into the British market.
Preserving the fund selection focus has been the recent challenge for customer-owned asset management and fund distribution business Länsförsäkringar, as the company threw open its platform to a wider range of funds.