Worldwide assets under management are poised to hit $100trillion by 2018, so long as U.S.markets continue to lead the way, according to Cerulli’s latestresearch.

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The U.S. accounts for just under half of global assets undermanagement.

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Low interest rates around the globe have pushed cash intoequity, boosting financial markets.

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Cerulli’s five-year prognosis is optimistic, though the reportpredicts that managing assets going forward will be trickier thanin the past several years.

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“The dark days of late 2008 and early 2009 may be well behindus, but there continues to be pressure on net revenues,”said Shiv Taneja, a London-based managing director atCerulli.

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The firm’s annual report, now in its 13th year, is a massiveanalysis on markets around the world, from emerging markets to the developed economies of Europe, Asia andNorth America.

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“For all the bashing the global emerging markets have taken overthe past couple of years, Cerulli’s view is that it willbe markets such as Southeast Asia and a handful of others thatwill top the leader board of mutual fund growth over the nextfive years,” said Ken F. Yap, Cerulli’s Singapore-baseddirector of quantitative research.

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