When they started out in 2006, Redington’s founders claimed they wanted to “do for pensions what Jamie Oliver has done for school lunches”, referring to the popular British TV chef
Deutsche Asset Management set about trying to conquer the world in the 1990s and 2000s. CEOs have come and gone, as have brands. Another rebrand will follow this month’s planned IPO
Andrew Formica, co-CEo of Janus Henderson Investors, talks about the benefits and challenges of the recent merger
It is a subtle point but important not to miss. Natixis Investment Managers is in plural form. The group is not just an asset manager but an owner of asset managers and the provider of a global distribution platform
Frédéric Janbon inherited a complex multi boutique structure in 2015 when he moved from his position as special adviser to the board of BNP Paribas to become chief executive of the asset management business
Investment professionals are fond of talking about the power of compound interest but many fail to fully appreciate its implications for Asia
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