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kasina Launches Research Offering on Emerging Investment Product Trends
Product Strategy Compass delivers analysis and actionable insights that executives need to adapt their product strategies for maximum competitive advantage and business impact.
Designed as a guidepost for senior managers, Product Strategy Compass helps executives meet the complex and difficult product planning challenges that exist in today’s hyper-competitive asset management and mutual fund marketplaces. Delivered as a quarterly subscription service, Product Strategy Compass provides data, analysis, and commentary across a range of investment product categories, including alternative investments, annuities, exchange traded funds, collective investment trusts, and managed accounts.
“In today’s market, there’s enormous pressure to mitigate risk, keep operations lean, and offer increasingly sophisticated products tailored to rapidly changing investor preferences. These market dynamics are proving to be a real challenge for many firms,” said Larry Petrone, Principal and Director of Research at kasina. “To remain competitive, assets managers must be able to adapt their market strategies and investment product offerings faster and more nimbly than ever before. As its name suggests, our new Product Strategy Compass gives executives the information they need to rethink the status quo and steer toward new and more promising segments of the market.”
The inaugural edition of Product Strategy Compass highlights trends and provides practical recommendations for alternative investments, ETFs, and managed accounts. The articles, written and edited exclusively by members of the kasina research team, are based on findings and observations culled from the Company’s ongoing mutual fund and asset management research efforts. Articles in the first edition include:
Recapturing the Alternative Dialogue – Managing the Financial Press
Essential Considerations in ETF Launches
Differentiating Global Macro-Total Return Funds
ETF Opportunities in the Intermediary Channel
Opportunities with ETF Managed Portfolios