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25 years, 25 CEOs: Yves Perrier, CEO, Amundi
16 January 2012
To celebrate its 25th anniversary, Global Investor/ISF interviewed 25 CEOs. Market and regulatory drivers will converge to create an asset management industry in two halves – large-scale providers versus niche firms – according to Yves Perrier
A shortage of long-term investors is one of the major threats to the asset management industry and, more broadly, to the financing of the economy: institutional investors, such as insurance companies and banks, are being discouraged from adopting a long term view by new regulations such as Solvency II and Basel III, while at the same time private investors remain reluctant to take risks (and are sometimes discouraged to invest in long term assets by inadequate tax rules). For asset managers, this means that, more than ever, they need to focus on delivering performance.
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