The asset management industry's exceptional agility following the financial crisis, most particularly its ability to improve profitability, is masking long-term challenges to growth, according to McKinsey & Co.

In fact, the top quartile of asset management firms earned a whopping average margin of 46% in 2010. By comparison, the bottom quartile earned a mere 6% profit margin.

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