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Simon Harris
Managing Director - Global Insurance and Funds & Asset Management


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Managing Director - Funds & Asset Management

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Senior Vice President, Team Leader for U.S. and Canada


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VP – Sr Credit Officer, Team Leader for EMEA and Asia Pacific


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Funds & Asset Management

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The Funds & Asset Management Group is responsible for Moody's ratings of asset managers, money market funds, fixed-income funds (bond funds and exchange-traded funds), preferred shares and debt issued by closed-end funds, and other alternative investments.​​​


  • 15 Oct 2018
    • Asset managers will benefit regardless of midterm election outcome
      Bipartisan momentum behind legislative and regulatory initiatives that will benefit asset managers, such as the JOBS Act 3.0, is unlikely to be altered by the outcome of the November 6 US midterm elections. The compilation bill seeks to improve capital formation and reduce the associated costs for relatively small issuers, and would diversify asset managers’ assets under management and provide new revenue streams. Full Report
  • 25 Sep 2018
    • Big tech a real threat to financial firms in retail services
      In our central scenario, emerging competition from the non-bank digital ecosystems of innovative global technology firms will cause traditional financial firms to cede some control over the distribution of retail financial services. An alternate scenario could also emerge, in which big tech firms control a larger share of distribution and manufacturing, eventually leading to the displacement of a number of financial incumbents.  Full Report​ l Podcast​ ​
  • 4 Jun 2018
    • Chinese investment funds face good growth fundamentals, but regulations will slow near-term growth
      Chinese mutual funds and private funds will likely see incremental inflows of RMB30-RMB40 trillion (USD4.8-USD6.3 trillion) over the next decade, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8%-10%.  Full Report
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