September 2012, London. The aims of European investors are fairly consistent, as is the source of their investable wealth. What they do with it, where they seek advice, and levels of satisfaction present a more complex picture, according to the inaugural Cerulli Quantitative Update: European Retail Investor 2012 report.   Scandal after scandal has left investors wondering who they can trust with their hard-earned money. But they still want advice, and they are willing to pay for it. In ... Freemium Content

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