by Jake Moeller.
In this presentation, Detlef explains what fund categories are proving popular with investors, which are not, and which fund groups are selling well. Detlef also examines the split of investments between active and passive vehicles in Europe and provides an overview of current fund sector preferences.
The full Lipper European Fund Market Report for 1H 2018 can be accessed via this link.
|01:50||Pan-European – Assets under management|
|02:20||Market share by asset type|
|03:00||Historical European fund sales|
|04:00||Fund sales by asset type|
|07:00||Best and worst selling fund sectors year-to-date|
|09:00||Top twenty best selling fund promoters year-to-date|
|10:50||Breakdown of European AUM by active v passive vehicles|
|11:50||ETF fund flows|
|14:20||Fund flows market share by product type year-to-date|
|16:30||Fund launches, mergers and liquidations|
|20:40||Promoter activity by asset type|
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