As fund industry growth slows, investment banking, research and consulting firms are developing theories about what the industry will look like in the coming years.

Industry leaders are either going to be top-tier firms with $60 billion in assets under management, or smaller niche players with $10 billion or less in assets under management, according to a recent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers of New York and Financial Research Corporation of Boston.

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