The Investment Management Assocation has completed its rebrand to The Investment Association, following its announcement in June.
The industry body said the change reflects the wider remit it now covers following its merger with the investment affairs division of the Association of British Insurers last summer.
The industry body’s branding and website have been updated to reflect the change.
Daniel Godfrey, chief executive at the association, stated that while the name has changed, the purpose has not.
“The Investment Association exists to make investment better. Better for clients, so they achieve their financial goals. Better for companies, so they get the capital they need to grow. Better for the economy, so everyone prospers.”
The association represents around 85 per cent of investment management in the UK, with members managing around £5,000bn of assets, some 35 per cent of all the assets managed across Europe.