fundinfo conducted an opinion poll among its video customers this past November. Overall, we received positive feedback on our video standard, which is proving popular with our customers. Video portraits are shown by customers for approximately 12 months, while video updates are shown for a shorter period of around six months. Unless customers request deactivation, their video clips will remain online.
Exchange-Traded Funds (ETF) are typically managed passively and are therefore associated with fees that are lower than those of actively managed funds. ETF managers seek to construct a portfolio that replicates a benchmark index.
After London, Vienna, Frankfurt, Cologne and Munich, the film crew of fundinfo.tv is now shooting in Hong Kong, the financial heart of Asia, too. With local experts on the spot, we are able to shoot a video clip within 30 to 60 minutes. The clapper board is ready for the 300th video production from the 27th floor of the ICBC tower with its view of the skyline – ready to take the pulse of the renminbi.
All videos on fundinfo.tv and fundinfo.com are translated and have German or English subtitles. To view the subtitles, simply click on “Select Subtitles”. Subtitles may be added in additional languages such as French, Italian, Spanish or Chinese, making your video clips accessible for investment consultancy and sales activities across Europe and Asia.
Last week, the video by Anne Sophie Girault on the Aviva Investors Emerging Market Debt Strategy Fund was the 200th video to be uploaded to www.fundinfo.tv, marking another milestone since the launch of fundinfo.tv 15 months ago. The website currently features videos by 40 fund providers. Additional new videos featuring fund managers from ING Investment Managers, Fidelity, Bellevue Asset Management and Ignis Asset Management are almost ready.
The story “A Christmas Market Rally” continues. Watch Mark Sprinter tell us the story of a successful, confident fund manager who has planned to cook his wife a gourmet Christmas dinner but finds himself caught up in a race against time.
Oh, you missed Parts 1 and 2? Watch Parts 1, 2 and 3 at http://tv.fundinfo.com/xmas2011
Oh, you missed Part 1? Watch Parts 1 and 2 at http://tv.fundinfo.com/xmas2011
fundinfo.tv and DWS, Germany’s largest mutual fund company*, created the first video reporting for interested investors. 17 video portraits of selected DWS funds are already online, further ones will follow shortly. Fund managers and product specialists present current topics and developments of their funds. This allows investors to gather valuable information at 1st hand.