An asset manager invests money for clients who want to invest their
assets over a short, medium, or long period. In addition to private
investors, clients also include pension funds, institutional
investors, and companies.
Asset managers look at their clients’ assets and show them how they can invest their assets profitably. They also reveal where possible risks lie. However, disadvantages are often incomprehensible or non-transparent price components, such as issue surcharges and sometimes very high management fees.
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