BlackRock Sole Exception, As Active Managers Continue To Feel CrunchMark Melin
The fourth quarter of 2016 saw many major asset managers experience net outflows, a Moody’s report observes, while asset managers generated $529.8 million in performance fees, down 1.1% year over year, as passive investments continued to pressure active managers, reducing their fee income.
Moody's goes negative on asset managers for a variety of reasons, including market tail risk
Moody’s 2017 outlook for global asset manager stocks is negative, Jordan Schoenberg and a team of US asset manager analysts stated.
The negative . . .
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