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The United Kingdom 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 UK asset management market registered a CAGR of 2.87% during the period, 2012 – 2017.
The UK 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)|
|Government/Sovereign Wealth Fund|
|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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The top drivers of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) decision making across all issuers and the majority of the investors are financial returns and tax incentives. Among issuers, the UK and Canada buck this trend, particularly among those with turnover exceeding USD 10 billion in Europe. In the United Kingdom, 65.1% issuers disclosed that they have ESG in place. Company policies/strategies/ESG goals are also important factors for issuers, whereas regulation remains a key driver for asset managers. Disclosure of ESG strategy and policy is an important factor nowadays. Additionally, the UK topped in ESG strategy, globally, with 92.9% penetration.
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As pressure on fees, costs and traditional sources of revenue intensifies, merger and acquisition (M&A) may help business to break free from the margin squeeze. Yet, with client expectations rising and acquisition multiples still high, deal planning, targeting, and integration have to be spot on. Deal activities in the UK asset and wealth management market continued their growth in 2018, with overall deal volumes increasing by 27% from 2017. Total deal values have, however, reduced reflecting the absence of the ‘mega-mergers’ of 2016/2017. Deal activity during 2018 has been fuelled by AWM firms looking to build competitive scale, expand product ranges through both vertical integration, and by acquiring specialist capabilities. This includes investing in digital technologies, as firms look to remain ahead of the curve or to access new routes to market. While 2019 has plenty of uncertainty, the dynamics of the sector continue to prove attractive and expect deal volumes to remain at the level seen last year. The growth within the UK and global asset and wealth management (AWM) remains strong. Yet, margins are being squeezed, owing to increasing research, reporting, and technology investment costs and the challenge of justifying and sustaining fee levels. For active managers, the pressures are heightened by the growing competition from passives and newer low-fee products, like smart beta, along with performance focused active management charging models. Additionally, this is a market where merger and acquisition may continue to offer valuable synergies and economies of scale.
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The UK asset management market is highly competitive, with the presence of major international players. The market studied 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
5.2.5 Government/Sovereign Wealth Fund
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 Legal and General Investment Management
6.2 Insight Investment
6.4 Aviva Investors
6.5 M&G Investments
6.6 HSBC Global Asset Management
6.7 Baillie Gifford
6.8 Royal London Asset Management
6.9 Man Group
6.10 Newton Investment Management*
7. FUTURE OF THE UK ASSET MANAGEMENT MARKET
* List Not Exhaustive