This report, in its third iteration, explores the evolving outsourced chief investment officer (OCIO) market, including market sizing, demand and anticipated growth across client segments, types of outsourcing arrangements, functions outsourced, obstacles to uniformity across provider (i.e., performance track record and fees), and reasons why organizations are outsourcing. The report also examines OCIO providers, industry consolidation, and distribution strategies used by asset managers building relationships with OCIO providers.
In addition to third-party sources, data for this report comes from two proprietary surveys with responses from OCIO providers—asset managers, investment consultants, dedicated OCIO managers, and institutional asset management distribution professionals prospecting with OCIOs. Approximately 20 interviews were conducted with OCIO industry professionals from investment consulting, asset management, and dedicated OCIO firms, as well as with institutional asset management distribution professionals prospecting with OCIOs.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Explore the evolution of the OCIO industry and understand why investors are outsourcing
- Analyze updated OCIO market sizing, with a new breakdown by client types
- Learn how providers are staffing and using resources to address environmental, social, and governance (ESG) initiatives
- Gain insight into the rise of the third-party OCIO search consultant