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Revel Wood, Chief Executive Officer of FundRock, discusses the appeal of onshore fund domiciles, which are increasingly being used by investment managers.
The Norwegian fund industry has experienced a significant increase in the number of monthly savings contracts or agreements signed between retail investors and local fund management companies.
Funds Europe and Sergei Strigo of Amundi analyse the results of a survey that shows a high level of interest in emerging markets.
Graham Ray of Deutsche Bank explains about why the funds industry must collaborate to find a way to meet the growing demand for segregated accounts versus omnibus accounts.
Emerging market equities have experienced an extended period of lower returns compared to other asset classes. Despite this, the team at LGM believes that there is a strong long-term case for the asset class but argues that a selective approach is required.
Research suggests a high number of younger people would use robo-advice if their banks offered it. Matt Thomas, partner at KPMG, says this does not signal the end of human advisers – but high interest in this area means advisers must develop their own offerings.