Background & Objectives
client here is interested in a business that provides advisory services to the asset management space by helping (example) a pension fund say, to identify which Investment Manager to select by performing due diligence on a long list of Investment Managers, narrowing it down to a shortlist of recommendations: The
client wants to speak with experts in this sector (1 hour long consultation
calls) to understand:
important is Manager Selection viewed by the asset management market? Is it
viewed as essential or discretionary spend? Is it typically used for more niche
would typically use Manager Selection consultancy services (e.g. pension funds,
insurance companies, local authorities etc.)? Does customer size play a role
(i.e. would a big or small organisation be more likely to use outsourced
services for this?).
long has Manager Selection been available in the market? Is it growing? If so
would manager selection perform in a capital market downturn?
this is a topic you can discuss please let us know. Please include an
explanation as to why. Please also outline your hourly rate for such expert calls. We look forward to hearing from you.
Requirement: Do you have experience with advisory services such as those described?
Desired response: Yes