Asset manager margins hit by 17% advisory fee jump

Rise over last three years

Laura Dew
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Hugues Gillibert, chief executive of Fitz Partners
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Hugues Gillibert, chief executive of Fitz Partners

Research by Fitz Partners has found average investment advisory fees have increased 17% over the past three years, eating into asset managers' margins.

According to the Investment Advisory Fee Benchmarking report average investment advisory fees, which cover asset allocation and stock selection, are 41bps. This is up from 35bps three years ago. Meanwhile,...

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