Fund selectors in The Netherlands prefer value over growth stocks not only in developed markets, but even in the emerging market equity space.
The portents for another major financial crisis are
becoming stronger, so investors would better prepare for the storm.
Ramon Tol explains how Dutch pension scheme Blue Sky Group goes about in selecting external managers.
The ban on commission fees, introduced in January this year, does not seem to have shaken the investor community in The Netherlands.
The Dutch fund selector community is split about which developed equities to buy.
The inducement ban does not seem to have shaken the investor community in The Netherlands to the extent many had expected.
Fund selectors in The Netherlands are almost unequivocal in their enthusiasm for emerging market equities.
A small majority of retail investors in The Netherlands feel the costs charged by their investment providers have become more transparent this year.
A new chapter in Belgian fund buyers’ love-hate relationship with emerging market equities has been opened.
Fund buyer enthusiasm about European, US and Japanese equities in Belgium is seriously cooling down. The number of buyers of all three asset classes has tumbled since January