This report examines revenue and cost trends in the Indian asset management marketplace. A year after regulator’s groundbreaking ruling on commissions, the landscape has changed dramatically and this report provides analysis of the state of play. It examines asset manager profitability metrics by firm ownership structure: foreign, Indian, predominantly foreign joint venture (JV), and predominantly Indian JV. Data from this report comes from ongoing proprietary surveys of Indian asset management firms that Cerulli has been administering since 2005.
Reasons To Purchase:
- How has the 2009 commission ruling impacted asset management distribution?
- How will the ruling impact cost, revenue, and profitability for firms?
- What are the opportunities and risks that may arise from the ruling?
- How has the ruling impacted fund fee structures?
- How do distribution firms need to adjust their strategy?
- How do profit margins differ for foreign and Indian firms, and predominantly foreign JVs and predominantly Indian JVs?
- What is the outlook for growth and profitability in the Indian mutual fund industry?
- How should asset managers expand their reach in India?
- How is investor education evolving?
- What is the size and outlook for the institutional marketplace?