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Mutual fund assets in S.E. Asia hit $265.1 billion in 2012

Among the six southeast nations examined, Malaysia had the highest CAGR (27.7 percent) during the 2008-2012 period.
Among the six southeast nations examined, Malaysia had the highest CAGR (27.7 percent) during the 2008-2012 period.

Mutual fund assets under management of southeast nations enjoyed a four-year compounded annual growth rate of 21.2 percent, rising to $265.1 billion last year from $123 billion in 2008, according to new research.

Cerulli Associates, Boston, released this finding in its latest quarterly edition the Cerulli Edge: Asia-Pacific. The report explores mutual fund trends in the far east.

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