Fund buyers from France tend to pick more risky US equity funds than most of their European counterparts.
Emerging markets equity sentiment is rebounding strongly among German fund selectors, EIE research revealed.
European equities still are the most popular asset class among German fund selectors, with 50% increasing their allocation.
German fund selectors’ appetite for emerging market equities is on the rise again, according to EIE research.
German fund selectors turn to absolute return strategies in an attempt to diversify their investments.
Thomas Romig talks about the qualities he values in fund managers, and why he likens building an asset management portfolio to managing a football team.
Net new flows into Funds-of-Funds (FoFs) exceeded 40bn in 2013, the biggest inflow in recent years.
Fund selectors in Europe’s largest economy have grown notably more pessimistic on the macroeconomic outlook over the past six months, mirroring other recent sentiment indicators.
Last week’s Expert Investor Deutschland event in Munich brought up some unexpected results with some non-consensual views on inflation, gold and the euro standing out
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