How Invesco’s Assets under Management Are Moving in 2017



Total AUM

In the nine months ended September 30 (or 9M17), Invesco Limited (IVZ) posted total assets under management (or AUM) of $917.5 billion out of which equity, alternatives, money market, balanced, and fixed income contributed $416.2 billion, $140.7 billion, $81.9 billion, $54.2 billion, and $224.5 billion, respectively.

In 9M17, equity saw long-term net outflows of $14 billion while other asset classes like fixed income, alternatives, balanced and money market saw long-term net inflows of $10.6 billion, $8.5 billion, $2.2 billion, and $0.2 billion, respectively. Thus, Invesco saw total long-term net inflows of $7.5 billion in the same period.

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Market gains and foreign currency translations

In 9M17, Invesco’s PowerShares QQQ fund and institutional money market funds witnessed net inflows of $1 billion and $0.1 billion, respectively. During the same period, the company’s total AUM was positively impacted by the markets, resulting in gains of $51.1 billion.

Moreover, in 9M17, foreign currency translation positively impacted Invesco’s AUM, which resulted in a rise of $18.9 billion. The company’s fixed income asset class saw long-term net inflows of $10.6 billion in 9M17. Out of the total contribution towards the company’s total AUM from fixed income of $224.5 billion, $4.6 billion and $2.8 billion came from market gains and foreign currency translation, respectively.

While Invesco posted book value per share of $20.42, peers (XLF) Virtus Investment Partners (VRTS), Morgan Stanley (MS), and PNC Financial Services (PNC) posted $66.13, $38.87, and $89.09, respectively.

Next, let’s have a look at Invesco’s passive AUM.


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