Top Papers and Conferences on Investment Marketing
Given the conflux of fee compression, competition, and regulatory pressure facing the investment management industry today, marketing and engagement efforts have never been more important for investment firms. At the same time, connecting with asset owners and other institutional investors, generating brand awareness and differentiating a company's product offering are all tasks that are becoming increasingly complex.
With all of this in mind, we've provided a few papers below that we believe are of great relevance to the investment marketing industry, including salary reports for marketing professionals, surveys on content marketing, and investment industry trends. We'd also like to invite you to register for the upcoming Digital Client Engagement conference being held in early September, which features a presentation from Savvy Investor's own Head of Content.
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Heidrick & Struggles has provided salary data aggregated from 300 North American investor relations and marketing professionals within the hedge funds, real estate and private equity industries.
In this survey, Kurtosys examines trends within the asset management industry pertaining to digital marketing, including content management systems, automation platforms and other types of investment technology.
BackBay Communications looks at the frequency of content production and other trends in thought leadership across the world's leading asset management firms.
This recent paper from Infosys explores key trends within the asset management industry such as disintermediation, fee compression, the evolution of alternatives, digitization and hyperpersonalization.
Recent studies have shown that the millenial generation is 'all-in' on ESG. A much greater percentage of millennials view ESG considerations as extremely important and wish to tailor investments to their beliefs and values. MSCI explores the reasons why this connection is especially significant for the asset management industry.
This INSEAD report looks inside the black box of family office investors, examining trends within the industry and best practices within family offices.
BCG takes a long-term perspective on the wealth management industry, taking a step back from viral concerns and discussing what they believe will be the most relevant issues for the industry over a 20-year timespan.
CFA Institute's 64-page report covers the ways in which the coronavirus epidemic has impacted investment managers, as well as the broader asset management industry.
What better way is there to target endowment assets than by drawing lessons from one of the largest and best managed endowment funds?
How can asset manager performance data be misleading? This blog unpacks an example of historical performance and advocates in favor of a more granular, disaggregated view of investment returns.
The Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute provides a list of top pension funds ordered by assets under management.
This update from Charles Skorina looks at the outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) market as of 2019, including a list of the top OCIO firms.
How are asset owners thinking about their choice of consultants (and indirectly, their consultant-recommended funds) when it comes to alignment with their internal environmental, social and governance objectives?
The finance industry is in the midst of a digital revolution, with almost every aspect from data processing to the investment process feeling the impact. However, product distribution has so far remained relatively untouched. This paper examines why and explores how digitization can be implemented into the sales process.
Deloitte's report is a useful reference manual for asset managers considering Asian markets as potential new markets. It provides key data about the most important markets, while also outlining local market idiosyncrasies, regulatory issues and tax frameworks.
SimCorp outlines the crucial role that communication plays in any investment company's strategy. It is vital to the client experience and is a key benchmark by which they will judge you. This paper elaborates on the key considerations companies should consider when appointing a new communications and reporting partner.