InterSec 250 - Have giants had their day? The Japanese, in general, have slumped. Kampo, however, remains the largest asset management firm outside the us. BZW, having bought Wells Fargo Nikko, is now bigger than any Swiss bank: even they don't feel immune from takeover any more.
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 1996, p. 52-57
Sirius, Jim, (1994)
Battle of the titans, again - Global consolidation continues, with the Japanese and Swiss still dominant. The only substantial challenge is from AXA of France. As borders are no barrier to expansion, bigger is not just better, it's essential.
Sirius, Jim, (1997)
The changing face of asset management - Swiss firms are the big movers in our survey of asset managers outside the US. Everyone's following the acquisition trail. If you're not a buyer, chances are you're on someone else's shopping list.
Sirius, Jim, (1998)
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