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Detlef Glow

Detlef Glow

Detlef Glow is Head of EMEA Research at Lipper, a Thomson Reuters flagship brand. In this position he is responsible for the Lipper research reports on the European ETF industry and special research reports on newsworthy market topics. Besides these tasks, he is acting as spokesperson for Lipper on TV and in print media, as well at conferences and expert panels. Detlef joined Lipper in mid 2005 from Feri Wealth Management, where he was Director of Portfolio Management, managing segregated accounts for high net worth individuals (HNWI). Prior to this he spent nine years with Tecis Holding AG, most recently as Head of Fund Research for Tecis Asset Management AG. In this role he was responsible for the quantitative and qualitative fund research for the Tecis fund of funds, the HNWI accounts and the recommendation list of funds for the financial adviser arm of Tecis. Detlef has an MBA focusing on Financial Services from the University of Wales/Cardiff, as well as a BA in Business Administration.”

European Investors Favour International Securities in January

After the negative flow numbers at the end of 2016, January 2017 showed a positive picture for long-term mutual funds. European fund promoters enjoyed net inflows into bond funds, followed by equity funds, mixed-asset funds, and alternative UCITS products as well as real estate funds and commodity funds...

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European ETFs Enjoyed Net Inflows in January

The promoters of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) enjoyed net inflows for January. These net inflows, in spite of negative market impacts, led to increased assets under management in the European ETF industry to €523.9 bn for January, up from €514.8 bn at the end of December...

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Was 2016 a Year of Changing Market Dynamics for the European Fund Industry?

2016 was a good year for the European fund industry but a more detailed look at the underlying data unveils some trends that could change the market environment...

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Review of the European ETF Market in 2016

The European ETF industry enjoyed a further increasing popularity with all kinds of investors in 2016. This popularity was seen also in the development of the assets under management; assets held by the European ETF industry increased for a fifth consecutive year and marked a new all-time high at €514.5 bn at the end of December...

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European Investors Shy Away From Long-Term Mutual Funds

December was another month that showed a negative picture for long-term mutual funds; the European fund promoters faced net outflows from alternative UCITS funds (-€2.5 bn), bettered by bond funds (-€2.0 bn) and “other” products (-€0.8 bn)...

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European Investors Reduce Their Emerging Markets Exposure

November showed a negative picture for long-term mutual funds; the European fund promoters faced net outflows from bond funds (-€19.2 bn), bettered by alternative UCITS funds (-€1.0 bn), mixed-asset products (-€0.9 bn), and “other” products (-€0.1 bn)...

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Review of the European ETF Market, November 2016

The promoters of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) enjoyed net inflows for November. Positive market impacts in combination with net inflows led to increased assets under management in the European ETF industry to €496.1 bn for November, up from €483.8 bn at the end of October... 

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Are Big Players Killing Competition in the European ETF Industry?

Even though the high concentration of AUM has not led yet to shortened competition in Europe, Can’t it be concluded that this market status will not change in the future. It is important for external market observers to investigate as soon as possible the situation in the European ETF industry in order to alleviate possible concerns about competitive limitations and negative developments for investors in Europe...

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European ETF Market: Net Inflows in October

The promoters of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) enjoyed net inflows for October. Positive market impacts in combination with net inflows led to increased assets under management in the European ETF industry (€483.8 bn) for October, up from €479.6 bn at the end of September...

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European Investors Buy Into Money Market Products

October showed a slightly positive picture for the European fund industry, with equity funds (-€3.5 bn) being the only asset type facing net outflows in the long-term funds segment during the month. The inflows on the other side of the table seemed to be somewhat shy...

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