Supplements»Global Industry 2019

Nick-Fitzpatrick“My one wish is to improve perception of our industry. This is a great industry that helps people every single day, and it should be ahead of dentistry in terms of public perception.”

Planet_EarthAs the decade comes to an end, Mark Latham looks at the state of the global funds industry and asks some of the world’s largest fund houses about the trends they expect to dominate in the 2020s.

Our New York panel of experts discusses risk, upside, trust in the global industry and the outlook for the years ahead.

Matt_ShaferMatt Shafer, head of international distribution at Natixis Investment Managers, tells Funds Europe about the benefits of Natixis’s multi-affiliate model and business opportunities over the next few years.

Climate changeA year ago we identified the disruptive and economic forces we thought would shape the decade ahead for investors. These were our “inescapable truths”. But do they still hold true? Schroders’ Chief Economist and Strategist, Keith Wade, and Global Head of Investment, Charles Prideaux investigate....

Richard_GarlandActive management and sub-advisory mandates are helping medium-sized firms like Investec AM (soon to be renamed Ninety One) survive the ongoing ‘fund cull’ as distributors gravitate to larger managers.

Our line-up of experts looks at how the Asian asset management industry is faring compared to its global counterparts in terms of diversity, technology and the market risks that make managing a portfolio challenging right now. Chaired by Romil Patel in Hong Kong.

Barry_McInerneyWith the largest deal in China’s asset management industry done and dusted, Mackenzie Investments CEO Barry McInerney thinks investors should consider separate allocations to Chinese equities. Nick Fitzpatrick reports.

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