In-house asset managers at insurance companies are increasingly at risk of losing business to independent asset management firms, according to a report.
While the estimated €10 trillion in assets owned by European insurance companies are traditionally managed by insurer-owned managers such as Generali Investments and AXA Investment Managers, a new Financial Times report has revealed that the flexibility of external fund managers is allowing them to better address insurer’s changing needs.
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