Investing in the future — how megatrends are reshaping the future of the investment management industry
Have you ever considered what the investment management industry will look like in 2030? Nobody can predict the future… but one thing is clear: it will be very different to today. The pace and complexity of change is overwhelming and it will only increase.
The world in which we live and work is changing rapidly, driven by a number of deeply rooted forces — megatrends. KPMG has been tracking these trends and considering the potential implications for the industry.
The industry has grown considerably over the past 30 years. This has been driven primarily by the industry’s focus on the baby boomers through three decades of strong market growth. It has also been underpinned by rapid globalisation and an exponential increase in international capital flows…
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