This report, in its second iteration, examines the institutional and retail alternatives industry landscape in the major European markets including the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Germany, the Nordics, and France. It explores investors’ search for yield, the asset classes and strategies that are in demand, and which are easiest to address. It analyzes investor interest in private investments, systematic strategies/risk premia, key product development trends, and the obstacles presented during the due diligence process. It also outlines the markets and asset classes in which investment consultants operate, addressing the challenges and opportunities that managers face with client engagement.
The report features insight from over 40 interviews and five proprietary and partnership surveys with European asset managers and institutional investors. The data used represents more than €252 billion (US$280 billion) of European alternative assets under management, and over €410 billion (US$433 billion) of total European institutional assets.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Review the criteria investment consultants use to assess the suitability of an alternative investment manager
- Explore the rankings of the most addressable alternative distribution channels and alternative asset classes in Europe’s key markets
- Gain insight into which European markets are interested in which private investments—and which markets are adopting or moving away from using fund products
- Understand how asset managers can win marketshare in the growing risk premia industry