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 15

News What are activists buying after the storm?

The Special Situations strategy went through a roller coaster since February. Typically, due to their long structural market beta, managers tend to underperform in risk-off episodes. However, as they also tend to look beyond short-term volatility, they usually rebound (...)

May 18

Innovation Lyxor launches 5 ETFs based on megatrends

Lyxor AM has decided to expand its range of trackers by launching 5 new equity ETFs offering an exposure to long-term global structural trends, which are set to redefine our society in the coming years.

April 23

News Mixed outlook for L/S Equity Neutral and Short-Selling

Lyxor’s L/S Equity Neutral peer group was down -2.8% year-to-date, hurt by extreme trading conditions and the constituents’ average market beta of 20%. The environment has been challenging for the strategy amid extreme stock volatility and unsettling heavy systematic trading (...)

April 21

People Moves Heike Fürpaß-Peter appointed as Head of Lyxor ETF for Germany & Austria

As Head of Lyxor ETF for Germany and Austria, Heike’s particular focus will be on overseeing the smooth completion of the merger between Lyxor and ComStage ETF ranges, resulting in one of Europe’s most comprehensive and liquid offerings with more than 250 ETFs, including a (...)

April 14

Strategy CTAs as shock absorbers

In the space of alternative strategies, Global Macro and Event-Driven strategies rebounded the most since March 23rd. Both Merger Arbitrage and Special Situations sub strategies benefitted as M&A deal spreads tightened significantly since (...)

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