US Asset Management - The State of the Industry

July 2011
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US Asset Management - The State of the Industry

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This paper explores what we believe to be among the key challenges facing the industry, as it continues to grapple with a number of difficult issues, including: Product development, Evolving investor expectations, Mergers & acquisitions, Global tax risk, Global sourcing, Tax optimization, Performance measurement, Talent management, Regulatory change (including Dodd Frank, FATCA and more).

Faced with recovering but volatile markets and regulatory change, asset managers are striving to maximize the performance parameters they can control. With asset flows generally improving, firms are focused on operational excellence, growth, performance, people-related issues, governance, risk and compliance.

This paper explores what we believe to be among the key challenges facing the industry, as it continues to grapple with a number of difficult issues, including product development, evolving investor expectations, merger & acquisitions, global tax risk, global sourcing, tax optimization, performance measurement, talent management, and regulatory change (including Dodd Frank, FATCA and more).

US Asset Management: The State of the Industry

Barry Benjamin, Gary Meltzer, and Will Taggart discuss the results of PwC's Asset Management State of the Industry study.

US Asset Management: The State of the Industry - video series

PwC Asset Management Practice leaders share their views on the challenges and opportunities impacting asset managers today.