The smallest discretionary fund managers in the UK market could be vulnerable to a fresh wave of takeovers by larger rivals, new research has suggested.
Research by ComPeer for Investment Week analysed the 119 firms in the UK with a DFM service. It found 30 firms had less than £500m in group assets under management, with 41 under the £1bn mark. A similar...
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