Asset Management Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2025, NAIC 523920
Vital industry-specific data including metrics, benchmarks, historic numbers, growth rates and forecasts that will save countless hours of research.
Key Findings: - Asset Management Industry (U.S.) to reach $348,873 million by 2025. - Asset Management Industry, including Average EBITDA, Operating Ratios and Sales per Employee.
Core Benefits to Customer: 1) Comprehensive overview of an industry’s financial results, ratios, vital statistics and metrics in one package 2) Complete benchmarking of the industry and its top companies 3) Deep industry and company financials
This Plunkett Analytics Report Features: 1) Historical data 2) Revenue forecasts, growth rates and CAGR 3) Operating ratios 4) Complete data for benchmarking a company to its industry and to specific leading companies 5) Benchmarking this industry to all U.S. industries 6) Deep profiles and financial histories/operating ratios for up to ten top U.S.-based companies
Designed to benefit: - Analysis and Financial Modeling - Investment Professionals - Lenders - M&A Advisors - Appraisers - Consultants
Similar reports are available from Plunkett Research for nearly all U.S. industries.
Key Data: Industry Summary - Revenues historical through 2017 - Revenues projected through 2025 - Employee Count 2010-2017 - Annual Growth Rate 2017 - CAGR 2010 through 2017 - CAGR 2018 through 2025 - Top U.S. Companies
Employment and Establishments - Number of Firms 2010-2017 - Number of Establishments 2010-2017 - Employees, 2010-2017 - Average Annual Sales per Firm & per Establishment 2010-2017 - Sales per Employee
Average Annual Operating Ratios - Revenue Compared to All Industries - Expenses Compared to All Industries - Profits & Income Taxes Compared to All Industries
Benchmarks This Industry Compared to All Industries - Comparison of Revenues, Profits and Taxes to All Industries
Industry Results, Publicly-Held Companies (U.S.), Average for all Companies - Industry Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement, 2010-2017
Top Companies Profiled & Ranked - In-Depth Profiles, Financial Reports, Ranks & Executive Lists for Top U.S.-Based Corporations
Top Companies Ranked - Market Capitalization - Employees - Revenue - Net Income - 3-Year Revenue Growth - 3-Year Income Growth - Return on Assets - Return on Equity - Return on Invested Capital
List of Leading (Public and Private) Companies Comparison of Individual Top Publicly-Held Companies to Industry Averages, 2017 - Income Statements, Balance Sheets and Cash Flow Statements
Companies Profiled: - TIAA - New York State and Local Retirement System (The) - Fidelity Investments Financial Services - Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (The) - BlackRock Inc - Ameriprise Financial Inc - State Street Corporation - Capital Group Companies Inc (The) - Franklin Resources Inc (Franklin Templeton) - Invesco Ltd
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