DIVERSITY

100 Women In Finance to host largest ever digital gathering of female fund managers and allocators as part of flagship event

100 Women In Finance to host largest ever digital gathering of female fund managers and allocators as part of flagship event

100 Women in Finance, the 20,000-member global industry association for hedge fund, alternatives and investment management professionals, will host the largest ever dedicated global gathering of female investment managers and asset allocators next month, aimed at facilitating capital introductions during its flagship Global FundWomen Week.

INVESTMENT INSIGHTS

Man Group CEO Luke Ellis discusses systematic-discretionary dynamic, macro challenges, and ESG rise in deep-dive webinar

Man Group CEO Luke Ellis discusses systematic-discretionary dynamic, macro challenges, and ESG rise in deep-dive webinar

Investment managers “have to be able to cope” with prevailing market environments, and not blame central bank policies for fund performance, according to Man Group CEO Luke Ellis, who says investors also now want more from their portfolios than passive index strategies can deliver.

RESULTS

Man Group’s shares rise after positive returns and investor inflows fuel Q3 FUM surge

Man Group’s shares rise after positive returns and investor inflows fuel Q3 FUM surge

Man Group’s shares rose on Friday morning after the London-listed global hedge fund group’s latest quarterly results showed funds under management swelled 4 per cent in Q3 to USD113.1 billion - driven by what CEO Luke Ellis described as “strong growth” in performance and “robust net inflows” in its alternatives and long-only strategies.

NEWS

Hedge fund giant Marshall Wace takes big stake in IAG as airline industry faces “worst crisis”

Hedge fund giant Marshall Wace takes big stake in IAG as airline industry faces “worst crisis”

Marshall Wace, the long-running high-profile hedge fund set up by Sir Paul Marshall and Ian Wace, has taken a 3 per cent share in IAG, the owner of British Airways, Iberia, and Aer Lingus, in a reported bargain swoop for stocks and sectors hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic.