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The Japan Asset Management Market is segmented by Asset Class, Source of Funds, Type of Asset Management Firms, and Revenue by Type of Asset Management Firms.
The Japanese asset management market registered a CAGR of 4.09% during the period, 2012 – 2017.
The Japanese asset management market covers different segments of asset management, like fixed income, equities, pension, alternative, and hybrid fund, along with insights on return generated by different asset classes and asset management process flow.
|Asset Class (2012-2018)|
|Source of Funds (2012-2018)|
|Type of Asset Management Firms (2012-2018)|
|Large Financial Institutions/Bulge Brackets Banks|
|Mutual Funds and ETFs|
|Private Equity and Venture Capital|
|Fixed Income Funds|
|Managed Pension Funds|
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Japan’s Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF) manages two-thirds of Japan’s total pension pool of JPY 305 trillion in stewardship & ESG activities. Approximately 90% of GPIF’s equity is passively managed, and GPIF invests in a wide weight range of listed companies. GPIF has officially included alternative assets in its portfolio, setting a target of 5% of assets under management for real assets, infrastructure, and private equity. As of March 2018, GPIF invested JPY 196.8 billion in infrastructure, mostly in the United Kingdom (57%), Sweden (15%), and Spain (10%). The internal rate of return from its overall infrastructure investment, since February 2014, was 5.25%, in terms of the US dollar, with a dividend income of JPY 3.3 billion in 2017, demonstrating stable income.
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The asset management industry’s aggregate management fee revenues have been increasing since 2012, due to inclusion of pension investment funds in other asset classes. In FY2016, the management fee revenue was JPY 730 billion, decreased by about 5% from FY2015 and in parity with revenues’ of FY2014 level. The decline in revenues was largely attributable to a decrease in annual average investment trust of assets under management. Meanwhile, private investment trust of assets under management grew by more than 20% in FY2016, and the share of assets under management in public investment trusts decreased by about 7%. Revenue growths in other segments were insufficient to fully offset the decrease in public investment trust revenues.
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The Japanese asset management market has a sluggish growth, with very low returns. The market presents opportunities for growth during the forecast period, which is expected to further drive the market competition. With multiple domestic players holding significant shares, the market studied is competitive.
1.1 Study Deliverables
1.2 Study Assumptions
1.3 Scope of the Study
2. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
4. MARKET INSIGHTS AND DYNAMICS
4.1 Market Overview
4.2 Market Dynamics
4.3 Technological Innovations
4.4 Industry Policies and Government Regulations
4.5 Trends Disrupting the Market
4.6 Insights on Return Generated by Different Asset Classes
4.7 Asset Management Process Flow
4.8 Insights on Fee Structure and Operating Cost
5. MARKET SEGMENTATION
5.1 Asset Class (2012-2018)
5.1.2 Fixed Income
5.1.3 Alternative Investment
5.1.4 Multi Asset
5.2 Source of Funds (2012-2018)
5.2.1 Pension Funds
5.2.2 Retail Investors
5.2.3 Institutional Investors
5.2.4 Insurance Companies
5.3 Type of Asset Management Firms (2012-2018)
5.3.1 Large Financial Institutions/Bulge Brackets Banks
5.3.2 Mutual Funds and ETFs
5.3.3 Private Equity and Venture Capital
5.3.4 Fixed Income Funds
5.3.5 Hedge Funds
5.3.6 Managed Pension Funds
5.4 Revenue by Type of Asset Management Firms (2015-2024)
6. COMPANY PROFILES
6.1 Nomura Asset Management
6.2 Nikko Asset Management
6.3 Daiwa Asset Management
6.4 Okasan Asset Management
6.5 T & D Asset Management
6.6 Meiji Yasuda Asset Management
6.7 Schroder Investment Management
6.8 Aberdeen Standard Investment Limited
6.9 Norinchukin Zenkyoren Asset Management
6.10 Nissay Asset Management Corporation*
7. FUTURE OF THE JAPANESE ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET
* List Not Exhaustive