Number of equity funds will nosedive, PWC predicts

The number of equity funds in developed markets is expected to decrease by 25 percent before 2025, according to PWC. The shrinking trend will also affect Sweden and the Nordic markets.

Peter Nilsson, Partner and Leader of Asset Management at PwC Sweden. | Photo: PR

Equity funds are on course to consolidate in the future, with the number of such funds set to contract by 25 percent by 2025 on a global basis. This forecast is contained in a report from global audit and consulting firm PWC, and was recently reported on by Swedish investor news service

"Internationally we expect the number of equity funds to go down by 25 percent. The trend seems to apply for Sweden as well," says Peter Nilsson, partner and leader of asset management at PWC Sweden.

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