The Fund Marketing Network provides training, education and networking opportunities to marketers in the asset management industry.
– It is the only platform to support marketers within asset management
– Pick and choose the most relevant topics as and when you need
– Provides the opportunity for businesses to invest in their marketing teams and create a more powerful marketing presence within the industry
– Helps marketers strengthen their voice and influence within their respective businesses.
– Brings shared commercial and strategic knowledge, research and practices to its members – all in one simple place.
– Free registration
We also offer premium access to the Fund Marketing Network, more details of which can be found here.
- Free membership – instant access to a library of shared knowledge on the fund industry and marketing practices
- Keep up-to-date with industry changes, including the client landscape, regulation and marketing trends
- Build your network of industry peers online and at quarterly events
A series of podcasts in which we interview a range of people from within the industry including; Charities and Trusts, Discretionary Wealth Managers, Advisers and Employee Benefit Consultants.
Step into their world, enhance your understanding and ensure your marketing to them is relevant.
In partnership with our European partner, Hooplot, we produce regular webinars giving you in-depth research into the markets of different European countries.
As a member you will be invited to join us for our quarterly networking events.
These will usually be held after work in a central location and will give you the perfect opportunity to meet and network with your peers.
Unlimited access to all insight produced either by us here at White Marble or other industry experts.
"I have found the FMN series to be a very valuable programme to take part in. The quality of presenters and speakers has been excellent."
"Well worth attending if you are marketing in the industry and want to develop into a senior role within your organisation and beyond."