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The Consultant Relations team has been established as a dedicated team experienced in meeting the needs of the investment consultant community, both at a local and global research level.
We act as a conduit to the full range of products and services offered by AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) globally.
Some of the services we offer include:
- The co-ordination of research visits on an individual consultant basis for firms globally;
- Providing regular commentary on product, performance and organisational developments and the financial markets
- Ensuring AXA IM is addressing all consultant requirements so that, in partnership, we can deliver better against our clients' needs
- Updating consultants on AXA IMs latest views on economic and market developments and our strategic thought pieces.
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28 July 2020
AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) today publishes its H1 2020 Stewardship Report, outlining its engagement programme for the first half of the year and how it exercised its voting rights in H1 2020.Read more
21 July 2020
Gilles Moec, Group Chief Economist at AXA Investment Managers comments on the approved European recovery debt plan:Read more
16 July 2020
Marco Morelli is appointed Executive Chairman of AXA Investment Managers and a member of AXA’s Management Committee, Gérald Harlin to retire at the end of September
AXA announced today that Marco Morelli, previously Chief Executive Officer of Monte dei Paschi di Siena, is appointed Executive Chairman of AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) and a member of AXA’s Manag ...Read more
Why might China’s property dollar bonds remain a resilient yield generator?
Fixed Income in COVID-19: Adapting to protracted low interest rates
A view from the markets – True Faith
Forward markets don’t see US 2-year Treasury yields above 1% again for at least five years. The technology sector has just delivered blow-out earnings numbers for Q2.