IIMI finds 70% of boutique asset managers have already returned to the office

Most firms willing to adopt flexible working

Pedro Gonçalves
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Asset managers are getting back into the office

Asset managers are getting back into the office

More than two thirds of boutique firms (69.7%) have already returned to the office in some capacity, with a further 18% intending to do so during the summer, and 10% by autumn, according to a survey by the Independent Investment Management Initiative (IIMI), the boutique asset management think tank (formerly New City Initiative).

The survey, which was conducted among IIMI's members, also revealed that 77% of firms said they planned to adopt a flexible working approach, with only 11.6% confirming they would not do so. Of the...

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