Post Profile






Third-Quarter Ended With A ‘Thud’ For Many Asset Managers

Citi’s William Katz and his team take a look at September asset under management flows, finding a mixed bag for the asset managers they cover. Based on the Strategic Insight Simfund data, Katz writes that at the industry level, passive and fixed income strategies continue to dominate. Long-Term (LT) industry inflows decelerated month-over-month, while money market flows turned negative.
read more

share

Related Posts


There might be a lifesaver for the traditional money management industry after all

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Money Game

There might be a lifesaver for the money management industry after all. Passive funds, which are basically index funds like exchange-traded funds, have been taking assets from active managers for some time, worrying those working in...

Citi Cuts Waddell & Reed To Sell Ahead Of Choppy Asset Manager Earnings

Business & Finance / Investing : Focus on Funds

With asset managers preparing to report third-quarter earnings, Citi’s William Katz isn’t too enthusiastic. Katz writes that investor sentiment is fairly negative for traditional asset managers and broker/dealer firms have relativel...

ETFs Had Another Strong Quarter; Reach $3.4 Trillion In Assets

Business & Finance / Investing : Focus on Funds

Research and consultancy firm ETFGI is out with its third-quarter report on exchange-traded products, which reached a new record high of $3.408 trillion at the end of September. Net flows for ETFs were $25.19 billion in September, t...

A ‘Challenging’ Quarter-End Of Och-Ziff Management

Business & Finance / Investing : Focus on Funds

Citi’s William Katz and Jack Keeler reiterated a Sell rating on Och-Ziff Capital Management (OZM) Tuesday, citing the asset manager’s “challenging” end to the third quarter. Katz and Keeler write that the firm’s $36.9 billion of ass...

BlackRock, With Strong Quarter, Passes $5 Trillion in Assets

Business & Finance : DealBook

The quarter was a milestone for BlackRock’s chief, Laurence Fink, as assets under management are the most important gauge of a money manager’s success.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC