About IMAP

The role of IMAP
Institute of Managed Account Professionals (IMAP) is the only industry organisation for advisers, managers, providers and other businesses actively involved in offering or supporting Managed Accounts.
Our goals are to assist managed account professionals by providing:  INFORMATION, EDUCATION and REPRESENTATION

IMAP provides its subscribers with:
  • access to the latest developments in the industry
  • education and training and access to industry professionals at all levels.
    (A number of IMAP events have been accredited by the FPA, and CPD points are available)
  • representation as the voice of the managed accounts industry able to represent its interests to regulators such as ASIC.
  • networking opportunities for advisers and dealer groups interested or involved in  Managed Accounts to meet and interact with platform providers, legal, research, investment and other service providers, and investment managers.

Become an active member of the Managed Accounts community and  join IMAP today


IMAP's Managed Accounts Directory click this link to view

This Directory is designed to help IMAP promote the best interests of its members and the Managed Account industry by being a central and easily accessible record of all the participants in the industry together with summary information on the products offered.
Appropriate information on the different types of participants in the managed accounts industry are catered for, ranging from managed account platforms, investment managers, advisers, software providers etc.

IMAP's 6 Monthly FUM Census for Managed Accounts 
Since 2015 IMAP has collected and reported summary data on the Funds under Management (FUM) for participating managed accounts providers, so that this can be used to present and highlight the importance and role of the managed accounts sector more effectively.
The latest FUM census results can be found in IMAP news


Growth in Managed Accounts FUM

The Managed Accounts industry has seen explosive growth driven by regulation as advisers and dealer groups have adopted a fee-for-service model and improved their business models to achieve greater efficiency and "value add" .

The growth has been facilitated by developments in technology by the Managed Account platform providers.

Fund managers also appreciate the potential of the managed accountts market and many aim to service this market with a wide array of investment options made available via Managed Account platforms.


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