Funds Europe is the business strategy magazine for Europe's institutional investment professionals. It covers all areas of the institutional investment business – markets, traditional and alternative investments, front and back - office – providing essential insight into the European opportunity.
Underlying demographic and economic trends mean that Europe holds enormous potential for asset managers. The question is: how to access that potential? When it comes to Asset Management, Europe is not yet a single market, it remains a collection of highly differentiated markets. With unique research & analysis from top financial journalists and exclusive commentary from industry leaders, Funds Europe provides our readers with a roadmap to success in Europe's complex and fragmented asset management market.
Funds Europe's hallmark is its holistic approach. In a market where traditional lines of demarcation (institutional/retail, mainstream/alternative, front/back-office) are becoming increasingly blurred, we believe that any sensible analysis of the European asset management market must look at all areas of the business.
With its comprehensive coverage, Funds Europe gets to the heart of what makes the European funds business tick. Extensive participation from the industry allows us to ensure that we are always addressing the issues that really matter. To this end, Funds Europe works closely with Efama (The European Funds and Asset Management Association) and local trade associations around Europe, as well as an editorial advisory board drawn from different geographies and areas of the industry.
Funds Europe is read by the people who are powering the European asset management industry forward - heads of business at asset management companies across Europe, investment managers and fund selectors at key European pension funds, key decision makers at distribution and support companies, custodians, administrators, governments and trade bodies.
The magazine is also distributed at selected executive-level conferences and seminars throughout the year. With a print circulation of over 5,000 copies each month, Funds Europe is an influential and recognised market-leading publication within the asset management and pension communities.
Funds Europe welcomes exclusive opinion article pitches from industry professionals. The magazine will not, however, publish articles published elsewhere or primarily repurposed; the content must be unique to Funds Europe.
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Why fund admin tech is a key competitive advantage
Cian Hyland, Strategic Client Relationship Director at Deep Pool Financial Solutions spoke to us about how technology enables efficient data management, reporting automation and secure data access.
Insights from State Street
Cuan Coulter, Global Head of Asset Managers and Head of UK and Ireland at State Street, discusses how fund managers decide between the two cross-border fund domiciles, namely Ireland and Luxembourg, and why asset managers find managing data so difficult.
Unlocking access to private markets
Vincent Clause, who heads the global funds strategy at Euroclear and David Genn, CEO of Goji, sit down with Funds Europe to explain how technological innovation, bolstered by operational experience and global reach, can provide solutions that unlock access to private markets.
Sustainable investing in the DC world
Claire Felgate, a specialist in UK defined contribution pension schemes at asset manager BlackRock, talks with Funds Europe editor Nick Fitzpatrick about how - and the pace at which - DC pension schemes are adapting to the requirements of sustainable investment.
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