The 2008 financial crisis has brought to the surface some of the current Asset Management industry limits.
One of the most evident is the increasing discrepancy between the demand and offer of AM products.
The overabundance of investment vehicles options made available by European Asset Managers is no longer matching with the Institutional Investors tightening needs.
Another trend is about a growing distinction between specialized boutiques on one side and global houses managing significant amounts on the other.
It is in this new framework that the Asset Management industry business model needs to find a new paradigm, especially in Europe. Different players will take on different roles in order to guarantee wealthier and more balanced results.
The externalization option has been proven a sound tendency even before the crisis eruption.
Several business functions such as global studies or compliance are in fact often appointed to third parties, where specialists are able to perform duties designed for best practice goals.
In today complex environment, the commercial and distribution function needs a thorough consideration by Asset Management houses either for bulge brackets and specialized boutiques.
CFJC Investments provides appropriate solutions to both global and niche players.
Around ten AM houses have been supported by CFJC in reaching their sales and marketing goals. These formers varied in terms of geographic zones, independent global asset managers or specialized international boutiques.