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Man Group AUM up 20 per cent in 2021

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Man Group has reported an increase in Assets under management (AUM) of 20 per cent to USD148.6 billion for the year ended 31 December.

Man Group has reported an increase in Assets under management (AUM) of 20 per cent to USD148.6 billion for the year ended 31 December.

The group recorded positive investment performance of USD12.5 billion (2020: USD3.3 billion), along with net inflows of USD13.7 billion (2020: USD1.8 billion).

Core earnings per share (EPS) increased by 139 per cent to 38.7¢ (2020: 16.2¢), while the group’s Core management fee EPS increased by 52 per cent to 15.7¢ (2020: 10.3¢). The Core performance fee EPS increased by 290 per cent to 23.0¢ (2020: 5.9¢).
 
Luke Ellis, Chief Executive Officer of Man Group, says: “2021 was an exceptionally strong period of growth for the firm. We ended the year with record assets under management, having delivered USD12.5 billion of positive investment performance for our clients and recorded net inflows of USD13.7 billion into both alternative and long-only strategies. Core earnings per share increased by 139 per cent from a solid outcome in 2020, driven by significant management fee growth, material performance fees, and the operating leverage in our business facilitated by our technology capabilities.
 
“These results demonstrate the potential of the firm we have built and its ability to deliver growth. Our diversified range of products and longstanding client relationships, combined with our diverse talent pool and cutting-edge technology, define Man Group, underpin our strategy and give me great confidence in our ability to continue to deliver value for our clients and shareholders.

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