August 11, 2017

European Fund Selector Chat: Albert Reiter, CEO –

by Jake Moeller.

Recorded on: July 11, 2017

In this webcast, Albert Reiter, founder and CEO of Investment Director at, chats with Jake Moeller, Head of Lipper UK and Ireland Research at Thomson Reuters following the Lipper European Fund Selector Forum held in London on July 11, 2017.

In this short interview, Albert reveals how his companies are changing the way fund selectors work, his views on how standardisation and efficiency are key elements for fund selectors and how he is changing the way fund selectors and fund managers interact with each other.

About Albert Reiter

Albert Reiter, CFA, is the founder and CEO of Data GmbH and The company was founded in 2000 as an independent fund information provider with a strong focus on qualitative fund research and ranks among the leading providers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. also developed, an innovative fund and manager search, due diligence and reporting platform for professional investors and asset managers globally.

Albert Reiter. Picture with permission.

Albert Reiter. Picture with permission.

Prior to his current role, Albert Reiter was responsible for the institutional asset management business of Invesco (previously LGT) in Austria. He also worked at Commerz Financial Products (Commerzbank), focusing on corporate issues and derivatives, and at Southern Life Asset Management in Cape Town / South Africa as a Derivatives Strategist.

Albert Reiter started his career at GiroCredit Bank as an Options Market Maker for equity and index derivatives. He graduated with a Business Administration and Finance degree from the University of Innsbruck and earned his MBA at the Graduate School of Business at the University of Cape Town. He is a CFA charterholder since 2001.


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