The Asset Management industry is set for a challenging period ahead as industry and market forces affect the retention and gathering of assets
The increasing cost of regulation, the “barbell affect” and the fall-out from emerging markets have created a testing landscape for the asset management community.
The recent winners have been firms who have offered ETF/Passive strategies and absolute return and multi asset products, while the search for alpha has driven growth among specialist alternatives managers.
However, any increase in returns is being countered by escalating costs as companies invest in new technologies and communicate with increasingly engaged customers.
Odgers Berndtson supports organizations in recruiting the talent to tackle these industry issues.
In Canada, the need to attract top talent with a global perspective is critical. In a country where institutional investors are some of the largest in the world, experience in new asset classes and a global outlook on markets and investments are at a premium.
With regulatory requirements continuing to mount and overall returns still low, Canadian Asset Managers must be able to leverage emerging global growth opportunities while effectively steering what are sure to be challenging, dynamic client relationships.
By leveraging our global network to not only bring established Canadian talent home but to recruit fresh international thinkers, we can help you attract the world-class managers, risk managers and distribution leaders your growth and CRM goals require.
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