Investment managers worldwide will grow assets less than 1% over the next five years, continuing a trend that began in 2008.
Before the financial crisis, annual growth of 6% to 7% was the norm. With such a slowdown in net new flows, many asset managers may struggle with shrinking revenues, according to a whitepaper from Darien, Conn., based Casey Quirk, a management consultant to the asset management industry.
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