Effective digital marketing can help fill your asset management firm’s pipeline and qualify potential leads so your sales team can make the most of their outbound contact efforts. So where do you begin? Read Dan Sondhelm’s latest feature in Money Management Executive.
Our own Milin Iyer shares with TheStreet how Sondhelm Partners has been using technology for stronger internal and client communications and is helping asset managers raise the bar with clients and prospects as well.
Small managers face new challenges now that the bull market has come to an end, and many will likely search for a strategic partner or close their doors as pressure builds. Dan Sondhelm shared his insight with FundFire for this article.
With the emergence of social distancing and limitations on gatherings industry watchers say money managers must get creative with outreach, education. Dan Sondhelm shared his thoughts with Fund Intelligence.
The Kansas City Public School Retirement System questioned its relationship with its longtime asset manager, JP Morgan after a New York Times article revealed incidents of racism, but ultimately decided to take no action. The manager could have lost a large account. Dan Sondhelm commented in this FundFire article.
Asset management firms are bolstering their private credit capabilities as they seek to capture institutional investors moving money to the asset class. What are the top considerations for marketers? Dan Sondhelm commented for this story in Fund Fire.
University endowments have been making wholesale changes to the managers to their investments lately. Why now? And how do you protect yourself from a sudden loss? Dan Sondhelm was part of this Fund Fire article.
Portfolio managers and analysts generally feel most comfortable interacting with highly sophisticated institutional consultants and wealth managers who are well versed in the highly technical and jargon-laded lingua franca of the investment world. As published on Nasdaq.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is America’s living memorial to President Kennedy. It is the nation’s busiest performing arts facility: each year the Center’s seven theaters host approximately 2,000 performances. The Kennedy Center presents the greatest performers and performances of music, dance and theater, supports artists in the creation of new work; and serves the nation as a leader in arts education.
Each season, Kennedy Center performances attract audiences of nearly two million, and an additional 20 million attend touring productions or tune into Center-related television, Internet, or radio broadcasts. With more than 80% of the Center’s operating income received from earned and contributed income, the need for corporate support is great.