Fees on actively managed mutual funds in the U.S. could fall as much as 26%, or $38 billion, by 2012 due to investorsÂ’ renewed preference for fixed income and passive investments, Bloomberg reports, citing a report from Boston Consulting Group. 

This year alone, actively managed fund assets in all classes around the world will decline from $58.9 trillion to $50 trillion, representing a 15% decline, according to Boston Consulting.

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