Posts Tagged “CEO”

Spotlight Series: Daniel Enskat, Strategic Insight on the future of the Fund Management Industry

August 20, 2020

Daniel Enskat, Managing Director, STRATEGIC INSIGHT was guest commentator for a panel debate entitled “INNOVATION IN PRE & POST-RETIREMENT PRODUCTS: How can we create products that deliver what they promise? Collaborating and competing towards a new European style 401k lifecycle product with Jervis Smith, Managing Director, Global Head of Client Executive, Global Transaction Services, CITI; Dominique Carrel-Billiard, CEO, AXA INVESTMENT MANAGERS, Andrew  Fisher, CEO, TOWRY LAW and Philippe Marchessaux, CEO, BNP PARIBAS INVESTMENT PARTNERS.

In discussion with the Spotlight Series, he reflects on meta trends with long term influence like the rise of the global middle class.  And the future of the Fund Management industry?  In the face of wars, natural disasters, sub prime crisis etc the Industry maintained 2bn/ day net flows for last 10 years; it is a very robust industry.

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Spotlight Series: Anne Richards, CIO, Aberdeen Asset Management at FundForum International 2010

July 26, 2020

Anne Richards, CIO, ABERDEEN ASSET MANAGEMENT participated in a panel debate on new asset allocation models for fund selectors at FundForum International 2010 with fellow CIO panellists Rick Lacaille, STATE STREET GLOBAL ADVISORS and  Christian Dargnat, BNP PARIBAS INVESTMENT PARTNERS and moderated by  Amin Rajan, CEO, CREATE-RESEARCH.

In an interview for the Spotlight Series, Anne discussed the double-edged sword that is volatility.  Government bonds have responded well but the Equities Market, with renewed fears about Greece, has experienced more difficulties.  Even in this market, there is more optimism (however cautious) than 12 months ago.

The real growth opportunities can be seen in Asia and Emerging Market economies where the fiscal situation is much better than most of the domestic markets.  Interest is growing in both Emerging Market Debt and Asian Fixed Income.

For the end investor, the key challenge is to responsibly inform them so they understand that volatility is a feature of all investment.  If they have chosen the correct strategy, a little volatility shouldn’t be an issue.  We must avoid the knee-jerk reactions of Q4 2008 (after Lehman’s), when investors panicked, sold out at the bottom of the market and then couldn’t benefit from market improvements in 2009.



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