Private market managers continue to bring in the bulk of net inflows.
This chart from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) shows the net fund inflows for assets under management (AUM) slowed down to $116b in 2016.
For comparison, the amount of inflows in 2015 reached $203b, whilst in 2014, it reached $408b.
Private market managers, such as real estate, private equity and venture capital managers, contributed to the bulk of net fund inflows. MAS said they deployed capital into new investment opportunities.
Inflow funds from traditional asset managers were generally lower.
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