BNP Paribas Asset Management Survey Reveals Significant Impact of Demographic Change on Asset Allocation (BNPP AM)

  • Healthcare was seen as more important in Europe and Asia (both 95%) compared to the US (75%).
  • Technology, telecoms and IT were more important in Asia (93%) compared to Europe (81%) and the US (75%).
  • For investors in Asia, emerging market population growth was deemed an ‘extremely important’ aspect of demographic change for investment strategy by half of respondents (51%), compared with 21% in Europe and 15% in the US.
  • Diversity and equality was deemed to be an ‘extremely important’ aspect by 30% of US investors, compared with 24% in Asia and 17% in Europe.
  • Institutional investors indicated that Equities (52%), Real Estate (50%) and Infrastructure (47%) were the asset classes indicated as most likely to benefit from allocations as a result of demographic change. READ MORE

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