By contrast, the sovereign wealth funds and other government entities that controlled the bulk of professionally managed assets to date in the Asia-Pacific region will prove harder to target successfully by investment firms, as they increasingly move to manage assets internally.
The asset allocation mix is also evolving, Casey Quirk said in its report, Evolving Markets: A Practical Framework for
Professionally managed investment assets in the Asia-Pacific region will surpass
To compete successfully in the growing
-- Prioritize and focus attention on select countries
-- Match skills to growing market segments
-- Upgrade operating models for relevant
"The dynamic growth underway in the region's asset management markets, and shifting buyer investment preferences, will force local managers to play defense on their home turfs while becoming proactive in marketing their
Casey Quirk is a management consultant that focuses solely on advising investment management firms. Casey Quirk's work with senior leadership teams includes broad business strategy reviews, investment positioning and strategy, market opportunity evaluations, organizational design, ownership and incentive structuring, and transaction due diligence. In the past five years, Casey Quirk has advised a majority of the 50 largest investment management organizations worldwide. For more information please visit www.caseyquirk.com.
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