EPFR in the news – April 2023

April, 27

Reuters – China investment consensus cracks as politics fuel fears
EPFR data shows a broad downtrend in US-domiciled China funds and allocation, hitting a record low in October 2022. Allocation has been falling on an annual basis for 4 years.

 

April, 21

Private Wealth – Divining The Investible Truth Through Unparalleled Insights And Data
EPFR’s CEO, Todd Willits, discussed with Russ Alan Prince the company’s plans for the future and why we are in a unique position to help financial institutions worldwide reveal the investible truth.

 

April, 21

The Economic Times – Expect both Fed and ECB to hike rates again in May: Cameron Brandt
Our Director of Research, Cameron Brandt, commented on possible US Federal Reserve and European Central Bank moves, as well as touching base on investor sentiment across developed and emerging markets, with a special focus on India’s economy.

 

April, 14

Les Echos – CAC 40 record: the eight questions posed by the surge in the Parisian index
EPFR’s Cameron Brandt provided expert analysis on French fund flows.

    • Original title in French: Record du CAC 40 : les huit questions que pose l’envolée de l’indice parisien

 

April, 13

Bloomberg – Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
EPFR’s Director of Research, Cameron Brandt, joined ‘Daybreak Asia’ to discuss the latest inflation print: will the picture for the US Federal Reserve change? What are the themes investors should be tracking in the next couple of weeks? According to Brandt, liquidity funds are capturing increasing investors’ attention.

 

April, 11

Reuters – Explainer: Why European money market funds inflows are lagging behind the US torrent
According to EPFR data, investors poured $367 million into US money market funds in March, as the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank caused stocks to tumble and call the safety of bank deposits into question.

 

April, 7

Fortune – Ready to invest in mutual funds? Here’s the step-by-step guide you need
Cameron Brand discusses how fees in SRI and ESG funds pay for the funds’ due diligence process. EPFR’s Director of Research also highlights that these fund managers work to ensure that their companies offer strong financial protections to investors.

 

April, 4

BuySide from The Wall Street Journal – What Is a Money Market Fund?
EPFR’s Jay McLaughlin shares his insights on money market funds and why they present a nice opportunity to make significant gains during this rising rate environment.

 

April, 3

The Wall Street Journal – Analysis: ESG ETFs Lose Flows as Turbulent Markets Focus on Returns
As monetary tightening is making investors more focused on capital preservation, EPFR’s Director of Research, Cameron Brandt, states that it is now a more hostile environment for ESG offerings and that the philosophy behind it is still in flux.

 

April, 2

Bloomberg – Emerging Market Era More Grind Than Go-Go After Rough Start
EPFR data shows that a net of $40.9B flowed into global emerging markets equity funds through March 29, making it the highest amount in a year.

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