InfraHedge assets rise as other MAPs stagnate

State Street says managed accounts rise due to stripped-back, cut-price service

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Despite its short existence, InfraHedge is currently the largest managed account platform (MAP) worldwide. While the managed accounts of Deutsche Bank and Man Group’s FRM have shrunk a little in recent years and Lyxor’s have crept up a little, State Street-owned InfraHedge has more than doubled in size.

Established in the first quarter of 2011, InfraHedge’s MAP has grown from $7.6 billion in June 2012 to $11.5 billion the same time next year to $15.2 billion in June 2014.

Deutsche Bank declined to

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