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Meet us at the ALFI Global Distribution Conference 2019

By Stephan Mayer

Once again this year we will participate at the ALFI Global Distribution Conference with an own booth.

Meet ACOLIN at the ALFI Global Distribution Conference in Luxembourg on September 24 to 25, 2019. Learn about industry trends and the latest developments in the global fund distribution landscape. Our experts are looking forward to your visit at booth 3 in the exhibition.

ACOLIN will be represented by Viktor Fischer, Member of the Group Executive Committee, in a discussion on the topic how data contributes to distribution.

Event dates When: September 24 to 25, 2019 Where: European Convention Center (ECCL), 4, Place de l’Europe; Luxembourg-Kirchberg

More information about the ALFI Global Distribution Conference can be found here.


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