Key Trends in U.S. Managed Accounts
August 12, 2020
Platform consolidation initiatives at sponsor firms have slowed as the SEC’s Regulation Best Interest (BI) has caused senior leaders to direct their attention toward compliance oversight.
As an associate director, Matt plays a critical role in developing research across the retail financial services spectrum, including wealth management, managed accounts, and product development. Matt contributes to nine Cerulli reports across three research practices and manages The Cerulli Edge—U.S. Advisor quarterly publication.
Matt began his career in financial services at Eaton Vance investment management, serving in a variety of roles, ranging from shareholder services, to institutional marketing, and in competitive analysis seeking strategic distribution opportunities.
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Platform consolidation initiatives at sponsor firms have slowed as the SEC’s Regulation Best Interest (BI) has caused senior leaders to direct their attention toward compliance oversight. What does this mean for platform consolidation and program rationalization initiatives and how are players in the managed account ecosystem responding? Explore the impacts of this trend and more with Cerulli’s Tom O’Shea, director, and Matt Belnap, senior analyst.
This presentation addresses:
- The top priorities for managed account sponsors and asset managers
- Changes advisors plan to make in their use of managed accounts platforms The effects of the COVID-19 market correction on the priorities of managed account sponsors
- Anticipated changes to investment vehicles in managed accounts and implications for managers and sponsors
- The rising importance of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) solutions across sponsors and managers
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