Fund managers adapt to investors demands.
The CIO role is evolving quickly and not just because CIOs face challenges like soaring inflation and slowdown fears, says Morningstar's Dan Kemp.
Harry Moore, the global distribution manager for First Sentier Investors, knows what it takes to pull off international expansion.
Maple-Brown Abbott CEO Sophia Rahmani discusses the scramble for highly skilled investment staff.
Global social problems are pushing super funds and asset managers to build a more collaborative financial ecosystem, says Fidelity's Alva Devoy.
IFM Investors' focus on operations has helped it become one of the most progressive funds in Australia.
Asset managers are rethinking their business models with consolidation and the rise of in-house assets. While some are partnering with super funds, others are poised to launch their own super fund.
BlackRock is at the forefront of the push to become a partner to retail, public sector, and industry funds bringing assets in-house. Jason Collins, the US$10 trillion asset owner's local client business head discusses this trend.
Schroder's former head of distribution Graeme Mather says sweeping industry changes are forcing fund managers to look at alternative products, alternative clients, and client partnerships.
It's time multi-sector funds grew up.