Which countries have the most pessimistic fund selectors?
We look at outlook of European fund selectors. Which countries have the bleakest outlook and which assets are they shunning?
‘What are the fundamental needs of the end investor?’
Christian Pellis, global head of third-party distributors at Amundi, discusses the changing relationship between fund buyers and managers, and the idea that just ‘selling funds’ may not have much of a future.
Most selectors willing to take performance hit for ESG
More than two thirds of European fund selectors are willing to suffer one year or more of underperformance in an environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategy, according to our research.
Selectors missed US equities opportunity amid volatility
European fund selectors have been overwhelmingly bullish on absolute return strategy funds as a response to market volatility – but they could have made more returns if they took the risky option of US equities.