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McKinsey: Historically Anomalous Period Nears an End

Nov 6th, 2016 | Filed under: Newly Added, Infrastructure, The A.I. Industry, Operationally Intensive Real Assets, Alternative Investments in Context, Real Assets

McKinsey & Co. has posted a new report assessing the state and the future of the North American asset management industry, encompassing both active and passive managers and looking at five mega-trends. Skipping to the chase, the trends are these: The end of an anomalous eta of “exceptional investment returns.”Read More


McKinsey Report Declares North American Asset Management in ‘Robust’ Health

Nov 24th, 2015 | Filed under: Newly Added, The A.I. Industry, Asset Managers

The emergence of new pools of capital has been very good to the asset management world in North America. So, that's good news, right? But? Yes, there's always a 'but.'Read More


Jean-Paul Sartre Comments on New Asian PE Boom

Sep 10th, 2012 | Filed under: Private Equity

There is good news to report about the renewal of PE activity in the Asia-Pacific region in 2011, and the new McKinsey paper reports it. One potential worrying sign, though, is that in some areas, notably Southeast Asia and India, businesses aren't exiting the PE market for the public world. Indeed, Southeast Asia recorded no initial public offerings at all in 2011.Read More


McKinsey: Allocations Will Rise Despite Sticky Fees

Jul 31st, 2012 | Filed under: Real Estate, Private Equity, Alpha Strategies, Asset allocation

The reason for the increased interest in alternatives, McKinsey says, isn’t that the alternatives’ managers are slashing the price of their services. It is, rather, a discontent with the return to be gained from traditional investment. “Even with downward pressure likely over the next few years, revenue yields for institutional alternative products should remain well above the 35 bps average earned on today’s traditional institutional products.” Read More