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Fees still an issue for alternatives: WTWBY KERRIE SYDEE | WEDNESDAY, 13 JUL 2016 12:23PM
Total assets managed by the top 100 alternative investment managers globally increased by 3% in the past year to US$3.6 trillion, according to new research from Willis Towers Watson (WTW), which found that while inflows remain steady, investors are increasingly looking for ways to reduce fees.
Read more: Blackstone, Global Alternatives Survey, Macquarie Group, Willis Towers Watson, Nick Kelly, WTW Australia, Bridgewater Associates, Charter Hall, Colonial First State Global Asset Management, Direct Infrastructure Funds, Direct Real Estate Funds, Goldman Sachs, Hastings Funds Management, IFM Investors, Lease, M&G Investments, Platinum Asset Management, QIC
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