Here's a slideshow of photos taken at the Expert Investor Spain forum, held in Bilbao on 16 March 2017.
Holger Wehner from Allianz Global Investor explains where they are finding opportunities in global markets, with a stark change of stance from growth to value at the current time.
US Protectionism is not good for anyone, says Eric Papesh of T. Rowe Price. Eric believes we will have stock market volatility in the short term.
Schroders' value Fund Manager Andy Evans says European banks are currently unfavoured and cheap, but with balance sheet de-risking, he is finding them particularly attractive
Richard Brown of Henderson Global Investors argues that in a post-Trump world, investors need to partly replace traditional bond investments with absolute-return type of funds.
In late November, appetite for European equities among Spanish fund buyers had sunk to a record low while US equities were in vogue. A couple of months on, European equity sentiment has recovered remarkably strongly.
Eurozone inflation will hit 2% by next year, half of fund buyers attending the Expert Investor forum in Barcelona believe.
Here you can see a slideshow of pictures taken at Expert Investor Barcelona, held on 2 February 2017.
Highly unusually, investors in the Basque country and the rest of Spain were more sceptical about European equities than their peers in the rest of Europe when we last polled them in December. However, the dip in appetite appears to have been short-lived.