Henderson Global Investors teams up with FEIFA, the Federation of European IFAs and annual directory launch by the European Fund and Asset Management Association (EFAMA).
Henderson confirms FEIFA Partnership
Henderson Global Investors is the latest major investment company to affiliate with FEIFA, the Federation of European IFAs.
The relationship with FEIFA will be spearheaded by James Rushmere, who is Manager of Global Partnerships at Henderson. “Given the growth of English-speaking IFAs across an increasingly ‘borderless’ Europe, the need for a common set of goals and source of information to assist them in not only advising their clients but also dealing with the breadth of regulatory requirements is paramount,” says Rushmore.
FEIFA represents advisers across Europe, with member companies active in 26 separate countries within the region as well as further afield. Cumulative assets of its member companies are estimated in excess of €2.5bn. The Federation is a non-profit trade association for English-speaking IFAs who are based or operating on the Continent.
Check your European fund industry facts
The European Fund and Asset Management Association has published the 9th edition of its annual directory on the industry. The EFAMA Factbook details recent developments in the investment fund markets both inside and outside Europe, including information on ownership of investment funds and the outlook for net sales of UCITS in the short and medium term.
This latest edition covers global and European data at end 2010, as well as reports on the investment fund market in each of the 26 European EFAMA member countries. A statistical section presenting historical data and assets under management of the largest European managers is also included.
A digital version is being made available for the first time.
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