AsianInvestor and Clifford Chance have joined forces with Ipsos, an independent research company, to survey the views of senior investment professionals, service providers and executives in Asia Pacific on asset-management trends in the coming year.
As a senior decision maker, you are invited to express your opinions in this survey. Taking part is easy; simply click here to start the survey and take five to ten minutes to complete the survey by Monday, 16 March 2009.
For the results of the survey to be representative, it is important that as many executives as possible participate so we would be very grateful for your valuable time. Your responses are completely confidential and will only be presented in an aggregate format.
Results will be published in a special feature in the April issue of AsianInvestor magazine.
Many thanks in advance for your participation. We look forward to hearing your views and sharing the results with you.
Confidentiality: this is a genuine market research study and the information will be treated confidentially, adhering to the Market Research Society code of conduct and used for research purposes only. The questionnaire is short and you will not be asked, at any point, for any information that could identify you or your organisation.
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