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We partner with clients to help them strategically define their objectives and facilitate the execution of this strategy from a human capital perspective. We advise across both traditional and alternative asset classes as well as the numerous investment strategies.
The asset management sector is currently facing challenges and opportunities in equal measure. In a world of ever increasing regulation, historically low interest rates, digital disruption and rapid growth in the popularity of index tracking or smart beta products, asset managers must adapt and evolve quickly.
We help our clients globally address how best to deal with the increased cost and oversight of regulation, while at the same time continuing to grow and maintain first class performance for both their shareholders and investors.
Boyden has been at the centre of the debate regarding active versus passive investing, helping clients answer how they remain current in the latter while not potentially jeopardising the former.
We are also actively involved in advising clients on how they see and use the disruptive influence of technology to help expand their businesses. We believe the future of asset management looks very different to the past or present and we pride ourselves in finding the right leadership teams for what the future will inevitably become.
Boyden partners have the experience, industry access and gravitas to deliver exceptional results. They are search experts, professional advisors and personal mentors.
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In Part 3 of our Boyden Leadership Series video, Boyden UK partner Juliet Hardingham continues the discussion with Principality CEO Julie Ann Haines, focusing on the industry-wide implications of COVID as it relates to accelerated change.