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Move could see €6.5bn shift to foreign managers
Insurance-owned asset managers can be difficult to pigeonhole. Some have forged strong specialisms, often in fixed income, but now also in alternatives like property or niche credit. Others have remained a corporate backwater absorbed by group general-account assets.
If you are a pension fund, insurer or sovereign wealth fund and you haven’t heard from Goldman Sachs already, it probably won’t surprise you to learn that they want to talk to you – about a variety of alternative investment opportunities they want to put your way as a potential debt or equity fund investor, co-investor or all three.
US firm to become a top-10 European institutional manager following €1.6bn acquisition
US consulting firm sees London as new Europe hub, hires FTSE Russell and Man veteran
Largest UK pension asset outsourcing deal paves way for further transactions, industry sources say
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How does post-pandemic normality look for institutional asset managers and their clients when it comes to manager selection and ongoing client communication? IPE has tracked the views of pension funds and others over the last 12 months or so to understand how they have adapted to online manager search, selection and interaction. In the main, the transition has been a smooth one, albeit with mixed views on the efficacy of virtual meetings.
Strategy has returned more than 10 percentage points above benchmark annually since inception in 2017
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With ample diagnosis that the world is not on track to realise the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals by their target of 2030, and a significant setback in the coronavirus pandemic, what can institutional investors and asset managers do to scale up impact-related capital?