Giant asset manager eyes high growth as regulation takes its toll on independent managers

Old business models at domestic, independent asset managers are under pressure due to MiFID II and digitalization, however, at the world's largest fund manager they're looking at a bright future.

Matti Tammi from iShares ETFs eyes | Photo: iShares

Far-reaching regulation in the investment industry leads to big changes and puts small asset managers under immense pressure. Banks increasingly recommend proxy agreements to private investors, and the lack of so called kick back in the new solutions requires low-cost solutions.

The world's largest asset manager, BlackRock, can provide that solution. Under the brand iShares, BlackRock sells Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) created to fit the new reality which is currently revolutionizing the entire investment industry in Denmark.

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