This report examines the interaction between European institutional asset managers, fiduciary managers, consultants, and their end-clients of pension funds, insurance companies, and non-profit investors. The report analyzes three topics: the blurring boundaries between asset management and advisory consulting; the hunt for yield by institutional allocators; and the use of segregated accounts versus pooled funds by institutional buyers.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Understand why Europe’s institutions prefer segregated management
- Obtain asset manager fee projections for the next 12 to 24 months
- Develop strategies to target institutional investors across Europe