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

May 2021

Strategy Are L/S Equity Managers playing the European Recovery?

Economic prospects in Europe are noticeably improving. The new wave of virus infections since late fall 2020 led to tighter mobility restrictions, which delayed the European recovery. High frequency indicators suggest economic activity was down around 20% from normal over (...)

May 2021

Strategy Event-Driven stays alluring despite the SPAC slowdown

Event-Driven strategies saw exciting developments in recent quarters, in a context where global M&A volumes saw the strongest start to the year ever. Global M&A volumes, close to USD 1.5 trillion year-to-date, were fueled by a flurry of U.S. acquisitions and Special (...)

March 2021

Strategy CTAs Rally despite dreadful momentum in Equity Markets

With investors questioning the sustainability of equity valuations in a context of rising bonds yields, a Momentum reversal in equities is taking shape. Defensive sectors, and more recently Technology stocks, faced downward pressures while Financials and Energy (...)

February 2021

Strategy Market neutral l/sto remain under pressure

In recent months, Market Neutral L/S strategies underperformed other hedge fund strategies, in a context where risk assets rallied following the Pfizer vaccine announcement in November 2020. While the strategy is not designed to capture the equity market beta, the alpha (...)

February 2021

News 2021 Alpha outlook in Japan

We see the alpha environment in Japan improving in 2021. First, we expect a more supportive macro backdrop, setting the stage for a wider set of investment themes. Japan’s second wave of Covid-19 has peaked and its impact on activity looks manageable so far and will likely (...)

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