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Alternative assets under administration grow by 14 percent - eVestment

Friday, April 28, 2017

Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York:

Alternative fund administrators responding to eVestment's 2017 Alternative Fund Administration survey, released today, reported assets under administration increased to US $7.64 trillion, up 14.15 percent from the prior year.

Highlighting the continued growth in third party administration of private equity funds, survey respondents saw private equity as the strongest area of anticipated business growth, as they did in last year's survey. Hedge funds came in second for anticipated growth and real assets came in third.

The eVestment Alternative Fund Administration Survey represents the current state of the global alternative investment fund administration industry and includes information from firms across the spectrum of size and services offered. This is the 17th edition of the survey eVestment has published. The 2017 survey is based on responses collected at the end of 2016.

According to the data, nearly 48 percent of respondents expect net firm exits from the fund administration space as M&A activity in the space continues, while 26.3 percent of respondents expect net entries into the business and 10.5 percent of respondents held a neutral view of entries/exits.

M&A in the fund administration industry was robust in the past year and is expected to continue. The need for broader geographic footprints and for expanding product expertise drove much of the activity. North America ranked highest for anticipated business......................

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