Market volatility severely curtailed revenue growth among asset managers in 2011, while independent managers continued to outperform management subsidiaries, according to a study released by consulting firm Casey, Quirk & Associates LLC.

The firm analyzed profit metrics from 21 publicly traded U.S.-based asset managers, as well as asset management subsidiaries of 12 quoted U.S. financial institutions.

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