Crunch time for boutique fundsBY KANIKA SOOD | MONDAY, 23 SEP 2019 12:01PM
The boutique model has long coaxed successful fund managers out of big asset management firms but the new class of fund managers looking to break out faces a very different landscape.Read more: ARCO, AustralianSuper, Berkshire Global Advisors, Denning Pryce, Discovery Asset Management, Financial Standard, Firetrail Investments, L1 Capital, Mhor Asset Management, National Asset Management, Nelson Lam, Quan Nguyen, SG Hiscock, Sigma Funds Management, Stephen Hiscock, Zenith Investment Partners
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