Financial Services >> Analyst Interviews >> March 13, 2015
Asset Management Space Faces Slower Inflows
Daniel Fannon is a Senior Research Analyst at Jefferies & Company, Inc., covering the asset management and market structure & trading industries. Mr. Fannon has over 15 years of experience within the financial services industry, spread across equity research and commercial bank lending. Mr. Fannon joined Jefferies & Company, Inc. in September of 2002. Prior to joining the company, Mr. Fannon worked on the Transaction Processing Research Team at Robertson Stephens as a Senior Research Associate and in the technology lending group at Bank of America as a Credit Analyst. He received a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame with a major in finance. Mr. Fannon is often cited in the press, including The Wall Street Journal, Business Week and Forbes. In 2006, Mr. Fannon was recognized by The Wall Street Journal as one of the top analysts in the categories of consumer finance. He has also received awards from StarMine for estimate accuracy and stock picking. Profile
TWST: What is the overall situation with asset managers right now?
Mr. Fannon: The number one issue is flows. Typically, the start of the year is generally the best time of the year for