// Gatekeepers 2019


Gatekeepers 2019

The Gatekeepers study has been running for four years now, shining a light on the opaque and murky world of gatekeepers, fund selectors and investment influencers. Following the intense media focus on the Woodford Equity Income fund and the Hargreaves Lansdown’s Wealth 50 list and funds of funds, this year's report focuses on direct-to-consumer (D2C) lists as well as the opposite end of the distribution spectrum, Discretionary fund managers (DFMs).

Why are Gatekeepers important? They influence more than 75% of all platform flows, and in adverse markets, the proportion is considerably higher. Their reach is significant — regardless of how good or bad they are, funds that aren't on Gatekeepers’ radars are losing out on substantial flows. In 2018, retail platforms recorded net flows of £45bn so upwards of £35bn was under some kind of influence.

Two products

Designed to help fund selectors, fund groups and advisers, the Gatekeepers Report and the quarterly Gatekeepers Database auim to equip you with the tools you need to stay ahead of the competition in this rapidly changing landscape.

Gatekeepers Report 2019
  • Size and scope of the market
  • Who's hot and who's not
  • Critical success factors
  • How to get on gatekeepers' radars
  • Leading gatekeepers
  • Leading fund groups
  • Leading funds and sectors
  • Directory of gatekeepers
  • And more!
Gatekeepers Database
  • Quarterly updates
  • Five list types (raters, advice, D2C , DFMs, other)
  • 95% coverage of market
  • 39 gatekeepers (fund selectors)
  • 178 lists including 134 DFM portfolios
  • 12,448 funds from 820 fund groups
  • Fund additions and removals
  • DFM portfolio analysis
  • Gatekeeper, fund group, sector and fund analytics
  • Performance metrics
  • And much more!

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