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Outsourcing: a new dawn for dealing desks ?
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Outsourcing: a new dawn for dealing desks ?

19/06/2019


Clare Vincent-Silk

Clare Vincent-Silk

Partner

Sionic

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Thomas Castiel

Thomas Castiel

Head of Dealing Services

BNP Paribas Securities Services

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In this research paper, we explore the uptake and opinion on outsourced dealing from a range of investment management companies across Europe and look at what makes this service a credible option to achieve greater efficiencies and improved execution. Our research includes the input of 30 investment managers, surveyed by Sionic in February and March 2019.

Outsourcing:

a new dawn for dealing desks?

 

Clare Vincent-Silk

Clare Vincent-Silk

Partner

Sionic

 View profile
Thomas Castiel

Thomas Castiel

Head of Dealing Services

BNP Paribas Securities Services

 View profile
 

In this research paper, we explore the uptake and opinion on outsourced dealing from a range of investment management companies across Europe and look at what makes this service a credible option to achieve greater efficiencies and improved execution. Our research includes the input of 30 investment managers, surveyed by Sionic in February and March 2019.

The approach was to gain opinion:

  • Geographically across Europe – representative firms from the UK, France, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Portugal
  • By size of firm – categorised by AUM of €2 to €30 billion; €30 to €60 billion and €60 billion upwards
  • By type of firm – these ranged from in-house pension managers, wealth managers, and institutional fund managers through to the large global managers
  • By role – those interviewed were Fund Managers, COOs, Heads of Compliance and Heads of Dealing. In summary 57% had operational roles and 43% were investment professionals

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* We consider “investment managers” to include asset managers, asset owners, sovereign wealth funds and wealth managers. Respondents were surveyed in February and March 2019.

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