BlackRock, JP Morgan, Fidelity top latest Broadridge Fund Brand 50 ranking

Jonathan Boyd
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The latest edition of the annual Fund Brand 50 list published by Broadridge Financial Solutions shows that there was no movement over the past year in the top four brands in the list, which was headed by BlackRock followed by JP Morgan AM, Fidelity and Pictet AM. The findings are based on the views of some 850 fund selectors across Europe, in 10 countries, responsible for some €3trn of assets. According to Robeco, which jumped two places to rank 5th this year, the study suggests that there there is market demand for groups "able to demonstrate purpose beyond asset gathering", despite ...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

Editorial Director of Open Door Media Publishing Ltd, and Editor of InvestmentEurope.