Senior-level fund professionals rely on us for robust, trended and actionable data to inform their investment strategy decision-making and enhance their provider relationships.
By joining the Greenwich Exchange, senior-level fund professional from corporate or public plan sponsors, endowments, foundations, insurance companies, union funds, and other institutions, rely on us for robust, trended and actionable data to inform their investment strategy decision-making and enhance their relationships with asset management and investment consulting providers.
Over 3,000 Chief Investment Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Directors of Investments and Pensions, and other financial professionals, partner with us to receive data-driven insights about the quality of products and services received from their providers.
Institutional investors like you participate in this information-sharing partnership to:
Learn about industry best practices
by comparing their fund's profile against those of peers.
Improve the investor experience
by helping providers acquire objective feedback on the services they deliver.
Identify products most in demand
segmented by geography, investor type and size of fund.
(including salary and bonus) against peers by job function and tenure.
Institutional allocations to exchange-traded funds (ETFs) rapidly grew last year, driven in large part by investors repositioning their portfolios in the face of an increasingly volatile and fast-changing market environment and the continued shift...
ETFs have long been used by insurance companies for equity exposure, but a change in the statutory accounting treatment of fixed income ETFs has helped open up the rest of an insurance company’s general account for increased use of the vehicle.
Asset managers looking to win retail investment assets must become more nimble and responsive to shifts in a global markets, according to banks, financial advisors, insurers and other companies that distribute retail investment funds across Europe...
Over the first half of 2018, Greenwich Associates conducted a unique global research initiative aimed at better understanding institutional attitudes and needs around environmental, social and governance (ESG) investing.