Asset manager earnings to come under more pressure, new report predicts

A new international report from PWC forecasts that fee takings in the asset management industry are set to be pushed down still further.

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Even though assets under management are on course for strong growth, fees are forecast to see serious shrinkage. This is the main conclusion from an international report on asset management carried out by PWC.

The fees on European asset managers' actively-managed funds are expected to drop by around 25 percent towards 2025, and those on passive funds can expect to fall by up to 35 percent, writes AM'Watch's sister site Finanswatch.

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