LONDON: J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s Market Insights series extends European reach
Jan 21, 2013
- Essential global market data consolidated in one chart pack
- Market Insights series now available in French, Spanish and Dutch
J.P. Morgan Asset Management is pleased to announce that its successful Market Insights series, which includes Guide to the Markets, quarterly investment perspectives and regular market commentary and research, will be rolled out in French, Spanish and Dutch.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Guide to the Markets was launched in the US in 2004 and then in the UK, Germany and Italy in 2007. It is designed to equip clients with essential market data from around the world, all within one comprehensive chart pack, enabling them to keep up-to-date with the latest market developments in an ever changing global economy.
In addition to Guide to the Markets, the Market Insights programme offers clients access to a suite of research and timely commentary to help support their conversations with investors. These resources include regular macro-economic analysis, market reviews and outlooks, Guide to the Markets conference calls hosted by a J.P. Morgan Asset Management global strategist as well as insight into the firm's asset allocation strategies.
J.P. Morgan Asset Management's Global Market Insights Strategy Team has been instrumental in launching the Guide to the Markets and is a leader in providing fact-based market education to investors. Headed by Chief Global Strategist, Dr. David Kelly, the Team is comprised of experienced strategists based in locations around the world that are well regarded with a focus on delivering the highest quality market perspective and analysis to clients globally.
Andrew Goldberg, Head of the Europe Market Strategy Team at J.P. Morgan Asset Management commented: "Guide to the Markets has been hugely successful in meeting clients' needs. In the US alone, 85,000 copies of the Guide to the Markets book are distributed to clients on a quarterly basis. Now we're making this data accessible to even more clients across Europe. It is an exciting development that we hope will help our clients stay on top of markets. The Market Insights series provides clients with access to a global network of strategists and materials that will not only help foster sound investment decisions, but will also provide tools with which to communicate those decisions to their own clients more effectively."
Clients can now access Guide to the Markets via the J.P. Morgan Asset Management 'On-The-Go' app. The app allows clients to share charts via email or print them directly from an iPad. The app is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian and Spanish and is the first of its kind in the European Asset Management industry. The 'On-The-Go' app is available via iTunes.
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About J.P. Morgan Asset Management
J.P. Morgan Asset Management is part of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and is a global asset management leader providing world-class investment solutions to clients. With US$1.4 trillion in assets under management (the Asset Management client funds of JPMorgan Chase & Co. as at 31 December 2012) and offices in 41 locations around the world, J.P. Morgan Asset Management offers global coverage with a strong local market presence, and leadership positions in most asset classes.
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