Assets under Management in Cyprus double to €7.6bn

Pedro Gonçalves
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Assets under Management in Cyprus double to €7.6bn

Cyprus has seen its assets under management (AuM) double in the last two years from €3.9bn in 2017 to €7.6bn in the third quarter of 2019, according to the latest figures by the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC).  There are now 203 management companies and Undertakings of Collective Investments (UCIs) in Cyprus - up from just 13 companies five years ago. From these, 130 companies have operations. The total number of companies includes 104 Externally Managed UCIs, 58 Interna...

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