U.S. institutions are especially bullish about expected bond ETF allocations, targeting increases of almost 30%.
Institutional assets available to asset management firms in Asia topped $3 trillion for the first time this year, as central banks, large pension funds and other institutional investors continued diversifying their portfolios and outsourcing assets.
Recognizing that marketing activities are going to shape the future of the firm and the industry as a whole is an important milestone for any organization striving to survive and thrive in the years ahead.
U.K. investment managers are working to maintain and enhance profit margins in the face of downward pressure on management fees.
In their ongoing search for yield, German institutional investors are trimming allocations across fixed income and shifting funds to real assets and certain equity products.
The results of the Greenwich Associates 2018 Continental European Institutional Investors Study reveal three prominent trends that are changing European portfolios and creating new opportunities for asset managers competing in the region.
Across Latin America, institutional investments in ETFs are growing rapidly as current investors begin boosting allocations and applying ETFs to new asset classes and functions.
European institutions are integrating exchange-traded funds (ETFs) more deeply into their investment processes and strategies.

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Theme: Charting a New Course: Executing Change to Drive Profitable Growth

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