Lausanne Summit marked highly by fund selector delegates

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Over half, 53%, of respondents to a survey of delegate experience at the InvestmentEurope Pan-European Fund Selector Summit held in Lausanne earlier this year have given top marks to the event, and all said they would like to attend the event again next year.

Overall, the event scored 4.4 out of 5 across all respondents, with more than half, 53.13% rating it 5 out of 5, with a further 37.5% rating it 4 out of 5.

These are among the findings of a follow-up survey, to find out more about the subsequent activities of the delegates and the level of engagement experienced with those asset management groups that participated in the event.

Another question asked respondents to state with which groups they had done business in the six months to early October – ie, in the two quarters following the event.

Leading the response rate was BlackRock, which saw some eight in 10 respondents say they had done business with the world’s biggest asset manager by AUM.

BNY Mellon, Invesco, Threadneedle and M&G Investments rounded out the top five list of managers at the event that delegates had done business with over the period.

 

Have you done business with the following groups in the last six months?

Responses
BlackRock 80.65%
BNY Mellon 45.16%
Invesco 45.16%
Threadneedle Investments 38.71%
M&G Investments 38.71%
Amundi Asset Management 35.48%
Henderson Global Investors 35.48%
Goldman Sachs Asset Management 29.03%
Ignis Aset Management 29.03%
Old Mutual Global Investors 29.03%
GAM 25.81%
First State Investments 12.90%
Martin Currie 12.90%
Capital Strategies Partners 9.68%

 

Turning to the question of which asset classes had been invested in, over seven in 10 respondents said that they had invested in European equities, with around six in 10 noting they had invested in global equities and emerging market debt.

Unconstrained and total return fixed income were other popular asset classes.

 

Which of the following asset classes or strategies have you invested in?

Responses
European Equities 71.88%
Global Equities 62.50%
Emerging Market Debt 59.38%
Unconstrained Fixed Income 46.88%
Total Return Fixed Income 43.75%
Multi-asset Strategies 43.75%
Convertible Bonds 31.25%
European Smaller Companies 28.13%
Global Equity Income 28.13%
Global Equity Absolute Returns 28.13%
Multi-asset Targeted Returns 18.75%
Japan Long/Short Equity 12.50%
Global Resources 12.50%
None of the above 6.25%

 

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