BlackRock’s AUM swelled to $7.8 trillion in the third quarter as officials reported $129 billion in net inflows over the course of the quarter, but also continued interest within its alternative investment programs.
The firm reported $11 billion in net inflows last quarter that brought the total alternatives portfolio to $222 billion. For the year ending September 30, active alternatives saw roughly $18 billion in capital inflows. Indexed alternatives products brought in $20 billion over the year. All together alternatives account for one of three key investment areas at the world’s largest asset management . . .
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