Systematic asset management is a complex, misunderstood, and mistrusted field. In this blog, we discuss ways managers can tackle the resulting business development challenges.
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AUM for the 50 largest and 50 smallest hedge funds with at least $10bn regulatory assets under management in May 2017 with a comparison to May 2016 to uncover asset flows. We also look at employees and number of accounts.read more
Not many pools were registered over the last few weeks – about 1/3 the rate of the previous report. Still some useful information to be found though amongst the new commodity pools registered April 2017.read more
AUM for 50 of the world’s biggest hedge funds by assets under management April 2017 based on their Form ADV. The selected firms have at least $10bn in regulatory assets under management, and report the majority of their business by account number and $AUM to be pooled investment vehicles (other than investment companies).read more
Over 1000 pools were registered in the last 4 weeks, over 250 a week, with the major hedge funds contributing about 12 – 13% of them. Blackstone alone added 44 pools. For those interested in systematic firms, Man Numeric and Two Sigma registered new pools.read more
Regulatory assets under management filed in firms’ Form ADV using data as of March 1st, 2017 for 61 of the world’s largest hedge funds. We also provide a comparison to the same data from a year ago.read more