A state of transition


The transition management business in Asia is still relatively small outside Australia and Japan. But it is growing fast, with an increasing number of asset owners in the region looking to adopt project management practices when changing their asset allocations, asset managers and/or benchmarks. This process can save asset owners significant sums of money, particularly by reducing the market impact of large asset transitions. Big trades can be very expensive as they create significant short-term

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