Top five asset management companies revealed for cross border funds

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Top five asset management companies revealed for cross border funds

The top five asset management companies for cross-border distribution funds worldwide are Franklin Templeton, BlackRock, Schroders, Fidelity Investments and HSBC, according to PwC Luxembourg's 22nd edition of its annual Global Fund Distribution (GFD) poster showcasing the growth of cross border funds and distribution in 2021.   Franklin Templeton is the clearly leading asset manager with their cross-border funds distributed in 13 more countries than the no. 2 ranked BlackRock. Robert Gl...

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