Fideuram Investimenti, an asset management company of Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s Fideuram, has launched a multi asset fund investing in alternative assets aimed at retail clients. FAI Mercati Privati Globali is a multi-asset strategy – with a focus on SMEs companies and assets -, investing in private equity, private debt, private real estate and private infrastructure. […]
US asset manager Capital Group has signed a distribution agreement with Fideuram and Sanpaolo Invest for the distribution of its funds in Italy. Through the deal, Capital Group will distribute three of its sub-funds through Fideuram and Sanpaolo Invest financial advisory networks, bolstering thus its presence in Italy. The Capital Group New Perspective Fund (Lux), […]
M&G Investments has struck a deal with Deutsche Bank in Italy to ensure distribution of its funds via the German banking group’s network of subsidiaries, private bankers and some 1,500 financial advisers across the local market. The deal will see broader distribution of M&G’s range of retail funds, including its multi-asset M&G Income Allocation, Dynamic […]
Intesa Sanpaolo’s Banca Fideuram continues its financial advisers’ recruitment process by adding six new employees throughout Italy.
Italian Banca Fideuram Group has added 131 financial advisers to its two networks, Banca Fideuram and Sanpaolo Invest, all coming from the banking sector and rival networks.
Italy’s Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS) has appointed a number of financial advisers to its network. The Siena-based bank hired Mauro Gaeta, Carlo Castagnoli and Aristide Tondini from Azimut.
Italy’s Banca Fideuram posted €1.5bn inflows during the first three quarters of 2012, up from €1.2bn in 2011.
Italy’s Banca Fideuram is the asset manager which hired the most during September, according to data released by industry association Assoreti.
Discovering consistency, a good approach to risk, and recognition of communications needs.
UniCredit tried to reassure markets that investors will underwrite almost all of a €7.5bn rights issue, announced this week by chief executive Federico Ghizzoni.
UniCredit, Italy’s largest lender and parent of asset manager Pioneer Investments, must find €8bn to shore up its balance sheet, according to figures released yesterday by the European Banking Authority.
Foreign funds houses continue to build their stake in the management of Italian assets, at the expense of their domestic competitors. The increase is small but is part of a slow upward trend that has been developing over time.