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List of asset management firms

 

List of asset management firms

An Asset Management Company (AMC) is an asset management / investment management company/firm that invests the pooled funds of retail investors in securities in line with the stated investment objectives. For a fee, the company/firm provides more diversification, liquidity, and professional management consulting service than is normally available to individual investors. The diversification of portfolio is done by investing in such securities which are inversely correlated to each other. Money is collected from investors by way of floating various collective investment schemes, e.g. mutual fund schemes. In general, an AMC is a company that is engaged primarily in the business of investing in, and managing, a portfolio of securities.

The following is a list of the top 10 AMCs in the world (as of 2012), ranked by total assets under management (AUM):[1]
Rank Firm/Company Country AUM (US$bn)
1 BlackRock United States 3,560
2 UBS Switzerland 2,280
3 Allianz Germany 2,213
4 The Vanguard Group United States 2,080
5 State Street Global Advisors United States 1,908
6 PIMCO United States 1,820
7 Fidelity Investments United States 1,576
8 AXA France 1,393
9 J.P. Morgan Asset Management United States 1,347
10 Credit Suisse Switzerland 1,279

Contents

  • Asia 1
  • Europe 2
  • North America 3
  • See also 4
  • Notes and references 5
  • External links 6

Asia

Europe

North America

See also

Notes and references

  1. ^ "The Top Asset Management Firms"
  2. ^ a b Defunct

External links

  • Asset Management Company (AMC) Definition | Investopedia
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