Man Group

London-based Man Group plc (Man) provides long-only, alternative and private markets products on a single and multi-manager basis. Active across equity, credit, commodities and currency markets, Man is focused on delivering attractive performance and client portfolio solutions.

With over 30 years’ experience in global investment management, Man offers longevity and durability in a rapidly changing financial world. The firm’s investment solutions utilise Man’s advanced technology, infrastructure, and expertise; Man continuously invests in technology, talent and research as it strives to deliver the best results for investors.

Man has five specialist investment engines, which represent the range of Man’s capabilities Each of Man’s investment managers and offers a broad range of products and services to address clients’ investment needs; these span quantitative (Man AHL and Man Numeric), discretionary (Man GLG and Man FRM) and private markets (Man GPM).

These engines house numerous investment teams, working collaboratively within the framework of Man, with a high degree of investment autonomy. Each team benefits from the strength and resources of the firm’s single operating platform, enabling their primary focus to be seeking to generate alpha for clients.

Man at a glance

  • One of the largest, publicly listed, global alternative investment providers
  • Around 524 dedicated investment professionals
  • Potential opportunities in more than 650 markets worldwide
  • Headquartered in London with offices in every major region
  • Across the Man Group, the firm manages US$112.3bn for global clients (as at 31 March 2019).

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