Future of Asset Management Europe
Following what was by all accounts a sobering year for the global asset management sector in 2022, European fund managers now find themselves operating in some of the toughest market conditions in recent history. With many firms recording significant losses and declines in assets under management, how can leaders look to regain confidence in their business and find opportunities for growth and success within developing megatrends?
Hosted by the Financial Times, in collaboration with Ignites Europe, Future of Asset Management Europe will bring key stakeholders from across the European asset and wealth management industries to London for two days of high-level networking and thought leadership discussion. At a time of great importance for the industry, this event is a must attend for those looking to uncover new strategies for success in an ever more competitive environment.
The Power of Networking
Here at FT Live, we understand the importance of meeting face to face with your peers and we are delighted to again host this year’s Future of Asset Management Europe in person, providing a unique opportunity to mix with your peers, at one of the most important events in the FT Live calendar.
Delegates, speakers and sponsors will be able to attend numerous networking opportunities and be part of the conversation with the industry’s leaders sharing insights, knowledge and plans for the crucial period ahead.
"The calibre of speakers was great - rare to have that many C-suite representatives at one conference."
THE SUPER EARLY BIRD
Access to in-person and digital sessions, networking functions and video on demand. Network and connect with your peers.
Available until 4 Oct
"The panel debates, and the keynote at the beginning. The participants freely spoke about their experience, sharing insights into their firms that were useful to hear. "
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