Alternatives Growing Twice As Fast As Traditional InvestmentsMani
With every alternative asset growing in the recent past, global assets under management of alternatives grew at an annualized 10.7% between 2005 and 2013, which is twice the rate of traditional investments, notes a McKinsey study.
After surveying nearly 300 institutional investors managing $2.7 trillion in total assets, Pooneh Baghai, Onur Erzan and Ju-Hon Kwek of McKinsey in a report titled: “The $64 trillion question: Convergence in asset management” point out that alternatives have enjoyed this growth at a time when their returns have generally . . .
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