Fund companies are insurers tend to entrust their wholesalers to manage their business independently, according to a Kasina study. In fact, 60% of asset managers fail to provide them with the tools, training or compensation tied to profitability, Kasina says.

In short, most asset managers rely almost entirely on the wholesaler’s experience and judgment to manage the firm’s business.

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