Fund providers can increase the visibility of their funds
on www.fundinfo.com with AdRankings. We have enhanced
this service by adding a new function that will raise
their profile further still.
AdRankings now also appear on the homepage of www.fundinfo.com:
On 3 February 2014, we exceeded the threshold of 7 million fund documents. The latest million documents were uploaded in just five months. This enormous increase requires a high level of commitment on our part and efficient cooperation with our customers. Therefore, we would like to take this opportunity to thank our valued customers: we look forward to continuing working with you.
We are pleased to inform you that we went live with the database for Belgium on www.fundinfo.com on 1 December 2013. As a result, users of our platform can now access the fund documents, data and ratings for funds registered for sale in Belgium. With the go live of Belgium we publish on www.fundinfo.com now fund information for 11 countries.
www.fundinfo.com is officially approved by the Belgian FSMA as a website for the publication of fund prices and legal notices.
We are pleased to inform you that www.fundinfo.com was officially approved by the Belgian FSMA as a website for the publication of fund prices and legal notices on 17 September 2013. This makes fundinfo the second electronic platform – after the website of the Belgian Fund Association – to be granted this status.
The Belgian fund market will be going live on www.fundinfo.com on 1 December 2013. As a result, all users of our platform will have access to fund documents, data, mandatory publications and ratings for funds registered for sale in Belgium.
There is no single Chinese language: in Singapore, traditional Chinese is understood but is not a national language; In Hong Kong it is a national language, although Cantonese is spoken; The language spoken in China is Mandarin, although it is not written. In addition, the Taiwanese use different hieroglyphs altogether. Anyone seeking an insight into the Asian region is immediately faced with the next challenge, namely that of interpreting the characters.
We are pleased to inform you that we went live with the database for UK on www.fundinfo.com on 1 September 2013. As a result, users of our platform can now access the fund documents, data, ratings and videos for funds registered for sale in UK. With the go live of UK we publish on www.fundinfo.com now fund information for 10 countries.
The annual Aberdeen or Allianz events are well worth attending. However, if you missed the impressive guest speakers and their statements, you can now catch up by watching the video. Fundinfo now also offers event coverage and produces entertaining interviews and image videos employing professional camera operators – you’ll even catch a few laughs as well as women power in the auditorium.
The first fundinfo (Germany) summer party took place in Frankfurt am Main on 19 June 2013 with a summer temperature of 38 degrees. We catered for more than 70 guests at Mantis Roofgarden with tasty delicacies and refreshing drinks. The enjoyable atmosphere continued into the late evening also thanks to the glorious summer weather. We would like to thank you all very much for the great turnout.
The recent tax legislation intended to implement the ECJ ruling of 21.3.2013 in Germany has resulted in a change on www.fundinfo.com. Two different types of equity gains can now be published for retail investment funds for the German fund market. Up until now, we only published equity gains for corporate investors identified as EStG “ID906″ (covering dividends and divestment gains): now we also publish equity gains for corporate investors identified as KStG “ID926″ (covering divestment gains only). The new type of equity gain is published on www.fundinfo.com next to the previous type and identified as AG2.
The FUND EXPERTS FORUM – an investment conference for private wealth managers organized by Forum Executive and fundinfo – took place in Rüschlikon on 11 and 12 April 2013. Held under the motto “BEYOND UNCERTAINTY”, the conference was moderated by Reto Brennwald of Swiss television SF1.