arwinism is here with a vengeance," predicts a new research study co-conducted by KPMG International of London and CREATE Research, a research firm in Kent, U.K.

To survive, global investment management firms will need to change their fundamental mindset as well as their core practices, explained the new report, Revolutionary Shifts, Evolutionary Responses: Global Investment Management in the 2000s. Restructuring, rethinking business models and readjusting past practices are the keys to survival of the fittest.

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