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Following several challenging years in the wake of the damage wrought by the global financial crisis, in 2013 markets showed signs that the tentative economic recovery is beginning to take hold. The asset management industry has seen some of the positive effects, with global funds under management at an all-time high. In the private equity sector, 2013 saw the highest aggregate amount of capital raised since 2008 and a record number of private equity buyout deals. With the global population becoming larger, older and richer, as well as government initiatives (such as the UK’s automatic enrolment of employees into employer-sponsored pension schemes) potentially increasing funds under management even further, Bank of England Chief Economist Andrew Haldane’s suggestion that we are entering an ‘age of asset management’ seems well justified.
This third edition of The Asset Management Review covers 33 jurisdictions, reflecting the global importance of the industry and this practice area. The world of asset management is increasingly complex, but it is hoped that the third edition of The Asset Management Review will continue to be a useful and practical companion as we face the challenges and opportunities of the coming year.