Man Group, the world’s largest publicly traded hedge fund firm, saw its assets swell to a record high of more than $151 billion in the first half of 2023, as it outflanked industry peers on performance and inflows and continued to bolster its U.S. presence.
The London-headquartered FTSE 250-listed group -- which runs a range of discretionary and systematic hedge funds, as well as long-only strategies -- drew $2.6 billion in new capital from investors during the six months to the end of . . .
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