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

June 11

Opinion Macro Managers are scratching their heads just like you

Europe took center stage this week, with further developments in the Italian political saga reminding investors that there are still powerful Eurosceptic forces at play and forcing investors to end their hopes of meaningful eurozone reforms. However, fading prospects of (...)

April 4

News Low Beta strategies lead the pack as equities drop

Unstable market conditions were supportive for hedge funds, in relative terms. Liquid hedge fund benchmarks were down -1% in March, with Distressed and Special Situations strategies underperforming. On a positive note, low beta strategies did (...)

March 28

Strategy Time to reinforce neutral fund allocations

We think it is time to strengthen L/S Neutral funds allocation. While they faced months of challenging transversal stock rotations, we expect their environment to improve for several reasons.

March 22

News L/S Equity stays ahead of the pack

We maintain an overweight stance on Fixed Income Arbitrage, a strategy that has delivered attractive returns on a risk adjusted basis in the past and provides protection against rising bond yields. In the L/S Equity space, we prefer U.S. funds compared to European (...)

March 8

Opinion Hedge funds outperformed but the devil is in the details

The return of market volatility in February hurt equity markets significantly. For the first time in 15 months, the MSCI World ended the month in the red, down -3.5%, as EMU and Japanese markets underperformed.

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