When Willis Towers Watson set up the Asset Management Exchange (AMX) in 2017, the concept of an alternative investment manager platform was more buzz than reality. Since then, the exchange has attracted managers and strategies across the institutional asset management spectrum.
Three short years after the launch, officials announced reaching $10 billion in assets with managers active across equities, credit and hedge funds. This past year, AMX has seen more investment in equities and credit funds rather than hedge funds, officials said.
Investors have plenty to choose from. The managers participating on the platform include . . .
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