Natixis survey: Professional investors expect to grow AUM over next year

Expected growth of 2.5%

Lauren Mason
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Annualised growth in AUM of 14% is expected over the next three years on average
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Annualised growth in AUM of 14% is expected over the next three years on average

The latest Investment Managers survey from Natixis shows that financial professionals across the globe – including wealth managers, registered investment advisers, financial planners and independent broker/dealers – expect to grow their assets under management by an average of 2.5% over the next 12 months, despite headwinds caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

The survey, which comprises responses from 2,700 professional investors across 16 countries, also found an annualised growth in AUM of 14% is expected over the next three years on average. Some 67% of respondents believe this growth will be driven by new assets from new clients, while 63% believe new assets from current clients will contribute towards the uptick. Less than half (47%) believe this growth will be primarily fuelled by market returns. Rathbones launches two new multi-asset funds in RMAP range Given the current levels of uncertainty across global stockmarkets, 54% of...

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