Awards for our buy-side analysts

Our LBBW Asset Management buy-side analysts have once again ranked first in the Buyside-Extel Survey 2017.

  • 1st place in the category "Germany"
  • 1st place in the category "Europe"

According to the latest Buyside-Extel Survey, LBBW Asset Management has the best buy-side equity analysis team in Germany: this year the team took first place is the ranking in Germany yet again. Buy-side analysts use their research results to support fund managers in making investment decisions.

At the European level, LBBW Asset Management took first place. The top placements in each case resulted from the combined votes of brokers and investor relations experts. The Extel study includes the most important capital market analyses. 270 brokers and 963 listed companies participated at this year's Extel buy-side survey.

European Funds Trophy 2017

The French fund Analysis Company FUNDCLASS awarded the European Fund Trophy again this year. LBBW Asset Management was also among the winners.

  • The award for best German asset manager in the "26-40 rated funds" category went to LBBW Asset Management.

The funds of LBBW Asset Management had received the best results in their category for a period of seven years, thus earning them the European Funds Trophy 2017.

FERI EuroRating Management Awards 2014

LBBW Asset Management received the FERI EuroRating Award for outstanding commodity asset management by the FERI EuroRating Services AG

  • Winner in the category “Commodities” for Germany, Austria & Switzerland

The best asset manager in the area of commodities is from Stuttgart: upon presentation of the FERI EuroRating Awards 2014, LBBW Asset Management won "Best Asset Manager - Winner 2014" in the category of commodities for Germany, Austria and Switzerland for the successful management of its commodities funds.

In the commodities category, LBBW Asset Management had four other investment companies to compete with: FERI EuroRating nominates the five best investment companies in each category for the awards. FERI looks at the rating of the funds offered by each company over the past five years on the one hand and considers the yield generated in the previous twelve months on the other hand before making its selection. This year, FERI examined more than 200 investment companies.