Top 400 Asset Managers 2018: 10 years of asset growth
For several years following the crisis, the finance industry came under fire – from regulators, politicians and in public discourse. A new regulatory and legislative framework, introduced post-crisis, has fundamentally changed the asset management industry, both directly and indirectly.
And the stimulus of quantitative easing has buoyed markets, which in turn has led to profound changes in the supply-and-demand dynamics in asset management. This has led to a decade of steady growth in the AUM in our study. What else has happened in the last 10 years and what does this tell us about the next 10?
For 2018, the Top 400 Asset Managers for 2018 has been released. The Top 10 stands as the following:
|Rank||Country||Total AUM 2018
|Total AUM 2017