Italy’s asset management industry will be significantly affected by increasing M&A activity in the space of Popolari banks – local saving banks – says Anima SGR of its look ahead at possible scenarios in 2016. “We believe the Italian asset management sector may be subject to consolidation projects in 2016, also due to the effects of the reform [Law no. […]
Samuele Chiodetto, portfolio manager, absolute return Italian equities at Anima Sgr, is to discuss the potential of applying absolute return strategies to local equities at the upcoming Fund Selector Forum Italy in Milan on 13 June.
Italy’s government authority Consob has approved the prospectus of the Initial Public Offering (IPO), aimed at trading Anima’s shares on the MTA (Mercato Telematico Azionario) of the Italian Stock Exchange.
Anima Holding S.p.A., the holding and parent company of Anima Sgr, and independent asset manager in Italy, has filed a request with Borsa Italiana for a listing of its shares for trading on the Mercato Telematica Azionario.
Asset Management Holding, the sister company of the asset management company Anima SGR, has approved the proposed initial public offering on the stock exchange, managed by Borsa Italiana.
Italians keep saving and planning for the future, with 75% of them saying they are cutting on expenses and trying to protect capital, Anima GfK Eurisko research says.
Anima SGR and Russell Investments have teamed up to deliver advisory services on multi-asset and multi-manager solutions.
In 2013 Italy’s macroeconomic scenario is set to improve significantly, confirming current market trends which see a search for higher returns than the one offered by government bonds, according to Armando Carcaterra (pictured), chief investment officer at Anima SGR.
As a consequence of the ongoing crisis in Southern Europe, Italian retail investors still favor guaranteed returns and capital protection over yields, according to findings of a recent research by Italy’s asset manager Anima SGR on 550 Italian households.
Italian asset manager Anima SGR has acquired a 2.4% stake in Fondiaria Sai, following the capital increase completed by the insurer as part of a four-way merger plan with former rival Unipol.
Italian asset manager Anima SGR confirmed today that its fund Traguardo 2017 Cedola 4 has attracted €480m assets between June and August, when the fund was placed.