Changing market conditions and the withdrawal of central bank liquidity mean asset managers must address their costs in order to survive, according to research conducted by Morgan Stanley and consultancy firm Oliver Wyman.
The report said the ability to cut costs was becoming an increasingly important value driver with the industry making little progress last year. In 2017, absolute costs rose 8% as a result of increasing...
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