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Man SE (MANG.DE)

MANG.DE on Xetra

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Fri, Oct 13 2017

Man Group third-quarter assets up 7.9 percent on market gains, inflows

LONDON Shares in British hedge fund Man Group rose 4 percent on Friday after a rise in third quarter assets and a new share buyback was announced.

UPDATE 2-Man Group Q3 assets up 7.9 pct on market gains, inflows

* MiFID II research costs estimated at $10-$15 million (Adds share reaction)

Man Group Q3 assets up 7.9 pct on market gains, inflows

LONDON, Oct 13 British hedge fund Man Group's assets rose 7.9 percent in the third quarter, boosted by market gains and net inflows to its funds, including in emerging market debt.

MOVES-Man Group appoints Michael Turner as CEO of FRM unit

LONDON, Sept 26 British asset manager Man Group said on Tuesday it had appointed Michael Turner as chief executive of its FRM unit, which specialises in investing in hedge funds.

Man Group wins approval for private fund management license in China

LONDON British hedge fund Man Group said on Thursday it had received approval to develop onshore investment products in China.

Man Group wins approval for private fund management license in China

LONDON, Sept 7 British hedge fund Man Group said on Thursday it had received approval to develop onshore investment products in China.

Hedge fund Man Group's assets jump in first half, flags slower second-half

LONDON British hedge fund firm Man Group said assets under management rose 19 percent in the first half of 2017, sending its shares higher on Tuesday, but cautioned growth was set to slow over the next six months.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Hedge fund Man Group's assets jump in H1, flags slower second-half

* CEO expects H2 inflows and margin compression to "moderate"

British hedge fund Man Group's assets up 19 pct in H1

LONDON, Aug 1 British hedge fund firm Man Group said on Tuesday that its assets under management rose 19 percent in the first half of 2017, boosted by new investment and the acquisition of real estate fund Aalto, which added $1.8 billion.

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