The Netherlands is not only one of continental Europe’s largest markets, but also one of its most demanding. Asset management firms venturing there must be bold, but it can be worthwhile.
All asset classes combined, the Swedish fund market boarded net new money of SEK 2.4bn (€233m) in August.
The Paris-headquartered asset manager and the Asian infrastructure investment bank (AIIB) want to speed up climate action in Asian emerging markets.
The Chinese fund has shrunk by the equivalent of $120bn in one year.
Consulting firm PwC says three major trends will shape the European financial services industry by 2023.
Bond funds drew in $11.4bn on the week to 4 September, while equity funds saw €8.4bn in outflows.