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PBs’ greater allocation to passive funds won’t threaten active fund managers

Private banks’ increased allocation to passive funds will not harm active fund managers. Instead, it bodes well for those that are highly active and unconstrained, according to Jupiter Asset Management. In order to improve net portfolio returns, private banks in Asia — especially discretionary managers — have, over the past few years, focused on total expense ratios. Widely recognised as…

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