Wall Street's M&A business for asset management companies will be fueled by strategic expansion purchases and corporate divestitures over the coming year, according to a new survey by Jefferies Putnam Lovell.

In the deals involving financial institutions, corporate sellers will aim to maintain minority stakes in the business units they sell. By contrast, financial technology companies will seek to build scale through acquisitions, particularly in the administration and financial processing area.

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