Assets Under Management

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Assets under management (AUM) refers to the total market value of investments managed by a mutual fund, money management firm, hedge fund, portfolio manager, or other financial services company.
How it works/Example:
AUM generally changes according to the flow of money into and out of a particular fund or company. It also fluctuates based on changes in the value of a fund or company’s underlying investments.

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