Sales of asset managers slowed in the most recent quarter after an 18-month surge as fewer independent and foreign-owned firms changed hands, according to Sandler O'Neill & Partners LP.

The New York investment bank remains bullish on the prospects for asset management deals because, it says, a lot of financial conglomerates and aging owners of the businesses are weighing sales.

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