In this year, 95 of 71 fund companies left, which institutions are losing “star managers”?

In this year, 95 of 71 fund companies left, which institutions are losing
Original title: 95 people of 71 fund companies left this year, which institutions are losing “star managers”? Large fund companies need excellent management and investment research talents to maintain their advantages and small and medium-sized fund companies to seek breakthrough. With the rapid development of public funds, the competition for talents has become the main reason for the accelerated flow of fund managers. According to the statistics of 21st century business reporter, as of May 20, the number of new fund managers in the whole public offering industry has reached 228, the highest level in the same period in history. The vast majority of these newly appointed fund managers come from within the company. At the same time, 95 fund managers left, involving 71 fund companies. There are many well-known veterans in the market among the fund managers who have left. For example, Rao Gang, the former deputy general manager of Dongfanghong asset management, who has 14 years of fund manager experience, may take Ruiyuan as his next stop