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One in six set to disappear in next four years

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The retail asset management sector is looking like the Hunger Games movie plotline. How can ambitious managers survive the purge?

The great disappearing act Asset management brands have been dropping like flies. According to recent figures from Willis Towers Watson, nearly half of the firms featuring in the world's top 500 asset managers have disappeared from the list over the past decade. The Big Interview: Tillit founder Felicia Hjertman on building a platform to change the industry It is a shocking statistic, but just the beginning for the sector. One in six asset management firms are predicted to disappear over the next four years, according to a survey from PWC. Certainly, the Hunger Games of the asse...

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