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BNP Paribas Asset Management rewarded at the 2018 Trophées du Revenu Awards

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  BNP Paribas Asset Management won two awards at the Trophées du Revenu ceremony held in Paris on 26 May.

BNP Paribas Asset Management won the following prizes :

  • Grand Trophée d’Or (gold award) for overall performance over 3 years (retail bank category)
  • Trophée d’Or (gold award) for the best euro bond fund range over 3 years (retail bank category)

The results are based on the Morningstar ratings and analyses all the European funds certified by the Autorité des Marchés Financiers (French Financial Markets Regulator) and marketed in France.

The prize list is divided into two parts:

  • prizes rewarding the best companies according to their categories (retail banks, insurers and specialised fund managers). Among them :
    • Trophées rewarding overall performance over 3 years
    • Trophées rewarding the full fund range quality over 3 years in the main categories: equities, bonds and diversified
  • prizes rewarding individual funds, rated over 3 or 10 years

 

Emmanuel Collinet de la Salle, Head of Sales at BNPP AM gave an interview to Le Revenu.

Watch the video (in French only) here Emmanuel Collinet de la Salle's interview for Le Revenu

 

As a reminder, in 2016, BNPP AM had won the following awards:

  • Grand Trophée d’Or for overall performance over 3 years
  • Trophée d’Or for the best euro bond fund range over 3 years
  • Award for the best international equity fund over 3 years
  • Award for the best diversified fund over 10 years

 

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