Investment management firms face confusing signs. They see asset growth and expanding global opportunities on one hand, and intensifying competition and declining profitability on the other. The best firms will find a way to navigate the extremes, with a strategic focus on competitive strengths and core competencies.
PwC estimates the asset and wealth management industry’s assets under management will climb to US$145.4 trillion by 2025, with the fastest growth occurring in developing markets, notably Asia-Pacific. But PwC also sees management and performance fees across the asset and wealth management sectors continuing to decline through 2025.
What’s the solution to this quandary? Find out the advantages of outsourcing and why that can be the answer for investment firms.
Making Outsourcing Work: Choosing the Right Solution for Investment Managers’ Operational Needs
For many hedge funds and smaller asset managers, the best strategy may be to focus their limited resources on core differentiating capabilities where they can add true value, then to outsource staffing and the rest. Operational activities are prime candidates for outsourcing.
Outsourcing these activities to a tried and tested provider can deliver a range of benefits:
Find out how to identify your objectives in outsourcing, and how to choose an outsourcing partner to meet your operational requirements. Our White Paper, “Making Outsourcing Work: Choosing the Right Solution for Investment Managers’ Operational Needs,” will show you to bring all this together to benefit your investment management firm.