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Funds & Asset Management

The Funds & Asset Management Group is responsible for Moody's ratings of asset managers, money market funds, fixed-income funds (bond funds and exchange-traded funds), preferred shares and debt issued by closed-end funds, and other alternative investments.​​​

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  • 17 Jan 2019
    • Record outflows from active mutual funds are credit negative for asset managers
      A record-breaking estimated $369 billion flowed out of long-term mutual funds in 2018, according to year-end data from ICI, despite a more favorable environment for active to outperform passive. ETF flows, contrary to expectations, remained robust. Full Report
  • 7 Jan 2019
    • US asset managers’ Q4 2018 management fee decline of 4% is credit negative
      We anticipate that asset managers will report a 4.4% decline in management fee revenues in Q4 2018 as a consequence of the widespread market volatility experienced during the quarter. Outflows from mutual funds well in excess of $200 billion and the likely fall-off of performance fees will also weigh on revenues.  Full Report​​
  • 15 Oct 2018
    • Asset managers will benefit regardless of midterm election outcome
      Bipartisan momentum behind legislative and regulatory initiatives that will benefit asset managers, such as the JOBS Act 3.0, is unlikely to be altered by the outcome of the November 6 US midterm elections. The compilation bill seeks to improve capital formation and reduce the associated costs for relatively small issuers, and would diversify asset managers’ assets under management and provide new revenue streams. Full Report
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