Asset Management PR
Broadgate Mainland has longstanding experience in the promotion of asset management companies. Our fund management work spans the institutional and retail sectors working many high profile clients and boutique managers.
Our PR experience and close relationships with clients enable us to communicate often complex financial messages to journalists in a clear and concise way, achieving high quality coverage that will boost your profile and generate new revenue.
More Asset Management PR News
- Broadgate Mainland appointed by Mitsubishi UFJ Fund Services
Broadgate Mainland, the leading financial and professional services PR agency, has been appointed to manage the international public relations program for Mitsubishi UFJ Fund Services, the global asset administrator, following a competitive tender. Broadgate Mainland will work with the company to promote its wide range of fund administration and investor services for hedge funds, fund […]
- Broadgate Mainland appointed by Harrington Cooper
Broadgate Mainland, the leading financial and professional services PR agency, has been appointed to manage the public relations activities for Harrington Cooper, the specialist fund distribution company. Broadgate Mainland will work with the company to promote its outsourcing service for fund distribution and marketing, which targets the UK and Channel Islands discretionary and wholesale investment […]
- Asoka Wöhrmann, Co-CIO at DeAWM, on the US-Government-Shutdown and Debt-Ceiling
Asoka Wöhrmann, Co-CIO at DeAWM, on US-Government-Shutdown and Debt-Ceiling The budget and debt-ceiling battle in the United States has the world holding its breath. The fronts between the Republicans and the Democrats seem to have hardened. At the same time, a ceasefire must be reached by 17 October. This is the date the United States is […]
- Active vs Passive – so last season
The general consensus appears to be that the debate on active vs passive is over. The discussion is no longer about which approach to use, but how you should blend the two strategies together. The advantages and disadvantages of both approaches are well known and relate primarily to cost, ease of access and relative performance. […]
- The value of active management in the new normal of low returns
“All fund managers should be sacked and their jobs given to mothers of three who are only allowed to work half a day.” This declaration was the highlight of a lively debate during the Broadgate Mainland/Scottish Investment Operations fifth annual breakfast briefing, held in Edinburgh (5th June 2013). The comments (which we’ll return to later), […]