Insurance Assets Management Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis 2027 By Swiss Re, SSQ …

Insurance Assets Management Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis 2027 By Swiss Re, SSQ Insurance, J.P. Morgan, Munich Re, BlackRock, Generali.

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Key Manufacturers Analysis:

Swiss Re

SSQ Insurance

J.P. Morgan

Munich Re




Deutsche Bank

United health Group


Deutsche Bank



Predicting Growth Scope: Global Insurance Assets Management Market

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Segment-wise Assessment:

The subsequent sections of the report on global Insurance Assets Management market is poised to offer report readers with versatile and real time data pertaining to the potential of various segments across Insurance Assets Management market to empower high end growth and sustenance.

Insurance Assets Management market Segmentation by Type:

Related party insurance funds

Non-related party insurance funds

Insurance Assets Management market Segmentation by Application:


Risk Control

Operations Support

Management service

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Regional Segmentation:

Analysis comprising both country-level as well as regional details have been broadly discussed to tap developments across consumer behavior, top stimulants as well as notable barriers that also tend to mold growth prognosis in global Insurance Assets Management market. Some of the major regional areas included in the report comprise North and South Americas, APAC, Europe and MEA.

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JP Morgan Rechristens Traditional Brokers, Targets 50 Hires Annually

Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and UBS Wealth Management have a similar segmentation strategy. On the broader question of when advisors will be …
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J.P. Morgan Chase is giving J.P. Morgan Securities brokers a makeover and a commitment to grow the business by hiring 50 “top” advisors annually.

The bank behemoth is internally rebranding the brokerage business it absorbed with its 2008 takeover of Bear Stearns as J.P. Morgan Advisors, executives told the unit’s approximately 450 brokers this week.

“This best recognizes the core of our value proposition—you, the advisors,” J.P. Morgan Advisors Chief Executive Chris Harvey told them in an email on Tuesday.

The bank also is distributing new business cards identifying the brokers to the public as J.P. Morgan “wealth advisors” rather than financial advisors. “This new name better conveys the clients you serve and the J.P. Morgan brand,” Harvey wrote.

Some brokers said the changes aim to clarify long-time internal and external confusion about their roles and turf versus those of Chase Wealth Management private client brokers who prospect mass affluent customers from branches, and the salaried teams of private bankers who woo wealthy bank clients from wood-paneled bank offices.

The confusion, though, could be exacerbated by the bank’s December decision to fold its three brokerage channels—J.P. Morgan Securities/Advisors, Chase Wealth brokers and the YouInvest digital robo trading platform—into a single customer-facing brand called J.P. Morgan Wealth Management, while keeping the Private Bank a separate brand.

These business units will continue to have separate names, unique cultures and identities,” Harvey told brokers in his email. “To clients, we will be one business, here to deliver outstanding service when and how they want.”

The wealth management conglomerate, led by Harvey’s boss Kristin Lemkau, was formally launched through a new website on Monday and aims to attract clients from first-time investors to billionaires, officials said.

The clearer message that some erstwhile J.P. Morgan Securities brokers said they received in a conference call Monday afternoon with Lemkau and Harvey was that the bank is committed to growing the traditional brokerage business.

Harvey plans to recruit “the best fifty advisors each year,” his email said, in addition to replacing brokers who leave or retire.

In the past two weeks, J.P. Morgan hired a $4-million producer from Merrill Lynch in San Francisco and a three-broker $2.5-million Morgan Stanley team in Philadelphia, but lost a high-profile trio in New York managing $1.2 billion to RBC Wealth Management.

Harvey also said he plans to broaden an “existing practice” covering upper high net worth families into a unit called “Wealth Partners.” It will offer services to advisors with at least ten $10-million relationships, said a person familiar with the segmentation strategy. Morgan Stanley, Merrill Lynch and UBS Wealth Management have similar units for “private wealth” advisors.

On the broader question of when advisors will be asked to return to J.P. Morgan Advisors’ 21 offices, Harvey hinted that some brokers and staff may be able to work remotely for as long as they like.

“The firm’s approach is based both on employee safety, and also who has proven they can work remotely and remain effective,” he wrote. “We are going to maintain and enhance our current footprint and also embrace the work-from-home environment. For the remainder of COVID, continue to work as you have.”

Consolidation Is Coming for the Asset Management Industry

Still, Morgan Stanley expects that the market crisis will accelerate these existing trends, motivating some asset managers to make M&A decisions more …

Fee pressures, growing costs, and a desire for scale are signs that the fragmented asset management industry is ripe for more mergers and acquisitions, according to Morgan Stanley.

The top 10 asset management companies hold just a 35 percent share of the $90 trillion market, Morgan Stanley said in a research report dated October 25. The only industry more fragmented, the bank said, is the capital goods sector.

Although strong financial markets have helped assets under management swell, this growth has masked problems like outflows, fee pressures, and lower revenue growth, the report said. The market downturn and investor exodus in March revealed some of these problems, but after the market bounced back, they stabilized.

Still, Morgan Stanley expects that the market crisis will accelerate these existing trends, motivating some asset managers to make M&A decisions more quickly.

The report suggested that firms like T. Rowe Price, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Goldman Sachs Group, and Schroders are among those with enough excess capital and balance sheet capacity to be buyers in the current market. Attractive targets could include the Man Group, BrightSphere Investment Group, and WisdomTree Investments, all of which have niche product offerings, according to Morgan Stanley.

The bank noted in the report that these are all hypothetical targets and acquirers given their characteristics and what some of them have signaled to the market.

For certain managers, Morgan Stanley expects operating margins to decline one percent on average during the next four years. But a scale-driven deal could help to cut costs, improving these margins.

[II Deep Dive: A Deal Between Invesco and Janus Henderson Could Shake Up Asset Management]

While there are certainly opportunities for traditional deals, an asset management firm doesn’t have to swallow another whole.

A manager could, for instance, structure itself as a multi-boutique firm, avoiding cultural challenges by preserving autonomy among the purchased companies, according to the report. But Morgan Stanley points out that this could backfire. Natixis uses this model and has recently dealt with “challenges linked to risk oversight” at one of its boutiques, Morgan Stanley said.

Minority stakes are another deal option — one that offers the investing manager access to technology or distribution. BlackRock, for instance, has taken advantage of these deals by purchasing minority stakes in alternatives fintech provider iCapital Network and advice platform Envestnet.

Wealth Management Services Industry Market R & D including top key players Industrial and …

… China, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, BlackRock, JP Morgan Asset Management, UBS, State Street Global Advisors, Allianz Group, Bank of America.

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Geographical Analysis:

• North America: United States, Canada, and Mexico.

• South & Central America: Argentina, Chile, and Brazil.

• Middle East & Africa: Saudi Arabia, UAE, Turkey, Egypt and South Africa.

• Europe: UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Russia.

• Asia-Pacific: India, China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore, and Australia.

Market Analysis by Types: Portfolio Management, Funds, Trusts, Investment Advice, Others

Market Analysis by Applications: Financial, Internet, E-Commerce, Others

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Section Analysis:

Business category action covers the two main types of goods and services, as well as end customers. Such segmentation allows for a granular view of the industry which is important to appreciate the finer complexities.

Key manufacturers in the Wealth Management Services Industry Market: Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley, BlackRock, JP Morgan Asset Management, UBS, State Street Global Advisors, Allianz Group, Bank of America

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** The market is valuated based on the weighted average selling price (WASP) and includes the taxes applicable to the manufacturer. All currency conversions used in the creation of this report were calculated using a certain annual average rate of 2020 currency conversion.

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