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Captive, institutional channels gain in market share

The captive/affiliated channel accounts for 15.7 percent of cross-border mutual funds in 2013, up from 13.8 percent in 2012.
The captive/affiliated channel accounts for 15.7 percent of cross-border mutual funds in 2013, up from 13.8 percent in 2012.

Third-party mutual funds still account for more than 60 percent of European cross-border mutual funds, but their market share is declining due to the expansion of captive/affiliated and institutional/direct distribution channels.

So reports Cerulli Associates in a new 172-page report, “European Distribution Dynamics 2013: Navigating a Fragmented Marketplace.”

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