Trends in the North American Investor Landscape
24. Oktober 2014
Lack of corporate access is limiting opportunities for non-North American
companies, BNY Mellon investor survey finds
North American investors say they need more and better access to non-North American companies to gain greater confidence or initiate a position in international firms, according to a new study released by BNY Mellon, a global leader in investment management and investment services.
The survey, Insights into North American Investors' Views of Corporate Access, was conducted by Ipreo, an independent IR market intelligence and analytics firm, and BNY Mellon in spring of 2014. It examined how the North American investment community perceives its current access to companies outside the U.S and Canada.Forty investment firms with more than $3.1 trillion in combined equity assets under management took part in the study, with an average portfolio allocation to non-North American equities of 31.5%.
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