Lyxor

Lyxor Asset Management, a subsidiary of Societe Generale Group, was founded in 1998 and counts over 600 professionals worldwide.

Lyxor manages close to $110bn [2] of assets, as the European expert in all modern investment techniques: ETFs & Indexing, Alternative, Structured, Active Quantitative and Specialized Investments.

Backed by strong research teams and leading innovation capacities, Lyxor’s investment specialists customize active investment solutions optimizing performance and risks across all asset classes.

Footnotes

[1] USD 110.8bn - Equivalent to EUR 81.7bn - AuMs as of October 31st, 2013.

[2] USD 110.8bn - Equivalent to EUR 81.7bn - AuMs as of October 31st, 2013.

Articles

November 2021

Opinion Are L/S Equity managers concerned by the covid resurgence?

Managers in the U.S. and Europe are continuing to reduce both their net and gross exposures, now converging near their long-term lows. They are selectively selling or shorting stocks that are the most exposed to tighter restrictions, preferring value stocks instead (to (...)

November 2021

Opinion Bond Pain trade for global macro

Gyrations in U.S. rates were highly challenging to navigate. Bond volatility surged in October as the Fed prepared to withdraw monetary accommodation and as investors struggled to assess the medium-term path of (...)

October 2021

Strategy How are hedge funds positioning after the market correction?

L/S Equity managers have decently navigated these markets, generating small positive alpha (especially on their short positions) but their implicit stance is diverging across regions. U.S. managers detracted only marginal alpha. They maintained their modest overall exposures (...)

August 2021

Strategy L/S China through regulatory and business upheaval

Trading conditions in China have severely deteriorated. After reaching their peak by mid-February, stocks lost earlier gains in March, on evidence of a plateauing economy and as stretched investors’ positioning unwounded. Chinese markets were then stuck in a volatile trading (...)

May 2021

Strategy CTAs add value in the new correlation regime

With bond yields facing upward pressures as the global economy heats up, finding diversification across traditional asset classes has been increasingly difficult. Equity valuations, which were propelled by low interest rates in the past decade, are vulnerable in the face of (...)

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