World's top 100 asset owners have $19trn in AUM

Pedro Gonçalves
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Assets of the world's top 100 asset owners grew 1.7% year-on-year to $19trn in 2018, according to a report. Asia-Pacific assets comprise more than a third of the discretionary funds under management of the world's 100 largest asset owners, a report by Willis Towers Watson's Thinking Ahead Institute has found. Discretionary assets of the top 100 asset owners came to $19trn out of an estimated total $55trn. Asia-Pacific's share of the top 100 was $6.7trn or 36% of the total. EMEA and North America's shares were 34% and 30%, respectively Roger Urwin, global head of content at the T...

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