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1 EFAMA – NOVEMBER 2013 INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT FORUM Introduction by Christian Dargnat, President EFAMA

2 A new world is on its way... A

3 Global AuM reached €43 trillions 3 Breakdown of financial assetsGlobal AUM dynamic McKinsey & Company

4 Active core assets continue to lose share  Investors have grown frustrated and disillusioned with the performance of traditional assets  Investors’ historical focus on maximizing risk adjusted returns was undermined by the market volatility during the crisis  Investors expect to pay for real value added or invest in low cost beta solutions 4 Product segmentationHarvesting rewards 5% 22% 2% 66% 5% 8% 23% 3% 59% 7% 10% 24% 4% 50% 13% BCG

5 Significant evolutions... B

6 ... On the profit pool 6 EuropeEscalating costs Average AuM Profit pool Revenue pool Costing pool  Profits remain well below pre- crisis highs, as costs hit record levels  Regulation is a factor but sales and marketing costs now make up almost one quarter of AM’s costs  Cost pressures will require greater discipline about where to invest and require asset managers to invest effectively McKinsey & Company

7 ... On the perception about AM 7 Shadow bankingSystemic risk  The EC identified three priorities on which they intend to take further initiatives:  Money Market Funds  Securities financing transactions (securities lending and repo)  Collateral management  Focus should be placed on potential regulatory arbitrage and the lack of a level playing field McKinsey & Company  Regulators define shadow banking as a system of entities which carries one of the following activities:  Perform maturity transformation  Perform liquidity transformation  Allow credit risk transfer  Use direct or indirect leverage  In spite of an unprecedented wave of regulation with more than 30 initiatives

8 … On the majors threats of AM industry 8 OverregulationLack of a level playing field McKinsey & Company UCITS 1 UCITS 2 UCITS 3 UCITS 4 UCITS 5 UCITS Never Implemented                         PRIPS Bankers Insurers Asset Managers + + =

9 Opportunities to take up! C

10 1 - Have a strong united voice across the industry 10  27 national member associations  60 international corporate members  23 associate members  14 trillon in AuM

11 2 - Offer viable solutions to the issue of long term investment 11 ProtectionEducation  Investor education was, is and will be key to protecting the reputation of our industry  Synthetic documents to present our industry to the next Members of Parliament  Develop a proactive approach to communication via social media  Develop a dedicated website  Set up road shows in European Universities McKinsey & Company  It is in our best interest to safeguard our clients  Without investor trust, we cannot hope to attract savings and increase assets under management.  Without investor trust, we cannot hope to convince regulators and politicians to support our industry.  To pave the way for sustainable growth

12 3 – Financing the economy is the Asset Management Industry’s added value 12 Our mission: TO BE RECOGNISED AS THE LONG TERM INVESTOR European citizens Corporates Our mission: TO BE RECOGNIZED AS THE LONG TERM INVESTOR AM Financing gap Retirement Risk aversion Lack of confidence SME Large firms European CitizenPolicy makers Corporates

13 4 - Offer viable solutions to the issue of long term investment 13 DC segment is outperfomingA new landscape … … in market expectations Public pension Occupational plans Individual plans Liquidity Maturity Infrastructure Loans Securitization SME equities … In the range of investments How can we pretend to be LT investors if we don’t take into account the challenges that the world is facing ? McKinsey & Company

14 A strong and credible voice at EU level Without investor trust, we cannot hope to attract their savings New needs and opportunities for institutions and market based intermediation To allocate channel savings into long term investments will benefit our clients A sound and balanced supervision and regulation is welcome by the AM industry “Only transition is eternal”


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