Man Group AUM increases by 20%

$148.6bn at end of 2021

Kathleen Gallagher
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Luke Ellis, chief executive officer of Man Group
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Luke Ellis, chief executive officer of Man Group

Man Group has reported a 20% increase in its assets under management, which reached $148.6bn at the end of 2021.

Positive investment performance accounted for $12.5bn of the increase, while net inflows accounted for $13.7bn. Meanwhile, negative FX and other impacts led to a loss of $1.2bn. Alternatives accounted for $9.4bn of net flows and $5.4bn in AUM increase as a result of performance, with Absolute Return the strongest on both with $4.8bn of net flows and $2.5bn of performance. Long-only funds saw $4.3bn of net flows and $7.1bn of performance-related increase, with the systemic long-only strategy performing strongly with $3.3bn of net flows and $5.3bn of performance AUM increase. The gro...

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