According to data and analytics provider SEI Novus, Marshall Wace has maintained its position as the manager with the greatest European short exposure in April, accounting for 21.99% of registered short positions.
The figures come at a crucial time, as allocators have been bogged down with poor performance from tech-heavy long-only portfolios. The dataset released by SEI Novus represents aggregated short position data from all ESMA-regulated countries and the UK covering over €30 billion in short positions from more than 150 managers.
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