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Other people’s money

22 December 2016 By Neil Unmack

Low returns, lacklustre performance and the growth of cheaper index-tracking funds are squeezing fees. That in turn means lower revenue and margins. To placate shareholders, asset managers will have to follow the example set by investment banks – and pay their people less.

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