Let’s bring the future of Canada's asset management sector into sharper focus
In the fourth annual study of its kind, we've surveyed stakeholders from across the Canadian asset management industry to gain their insights and perspectives on the headwinds shaping – and, in some cases, re-shaping – their sector. We've also turned to subject matter experts throughout KPMG to sift through the stats and make sense of the disruptions ahead.
While most of the top risks and opportunities return from our 2018 report, many of the motivations, stakes, and strategies surrounding them have changed. For example, while the industry's relationship with technology has matured greatly in recent years, it is nonetheless alternated by new reservations, shifting investment strategies, and an ever-evolving approach to data privacy and security. Similarly, while anxieties over industry regulations and the cost of compliance remain as strong as ever, the focuses are shifting.
Read KPMG's 4th annual Canadian asset management industry opportunities & risks report to dig into this year's survey findings and bring the future of Canada's asset management sector into sharper focus.
It's decision time.
Once you've had a chance to read the report, we look forward to discussing what decisions you need to make now to prepare for the future, and how we can help your organization take advantage of the opportunities and manage the risks. Please get in touch with us at: email@example.com.
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