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CEO Tapes: the huge opportunities for asset managers

From tech disruption, retirement and poaching, the CEO discuss the opportunities for their businesses in this episode.

In this Tape the chief executives talk about the opportunities for their businesses.

The answers are relevant to all of us – financial advisers, fund managers even financial publishers.

There is an excitement to hear some of them talk about the money to be made for clients from backing  the global (tech) disruptors who are aggressive, investing heavily and challenging the incumbents who have traditionally dominated.

The retirement space around the world is another huge opportunity, given the demise of (guaranteed) final salaries and the need for people to save.

But some CEOs question whether they or indeed the professionals in the savings industry are sufficiently trusted by investors. What is our value proposition they ask? Is it good enough?

The answer is that sometimes it is, but when it isn’t you get punished, mercilessly. Does this chime with wealth managers and new model advisers too?

And watch out for the cheeky CEO who says his biggest opportunity is from poaching good fund managers from some of the large firms in the room!

The eight participants were:

Andrew Formica, co-chief executive, Janus Henderson Investors 

Andrew Telfer, joint senior partner, Baillie Gifford 

Martin Gilbert, co-chief executive, Standard Life Aberdeen 

Saker Nusseibeh, chief executive, Hermes Investment Management 

Richard Buxton, chief executive, Old Mutual Global Investors

Robert Higginbotham, head of global investment services, T Rowe Price

Robert Fairbairn, senior managing director, BlackRock 

Frédéric Janbon, chief executive, BNP Paribas Asset Management 

The first episode of the CEO tapes can be viewed

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