Man Numeric

Man Numeric

  • Established, institutional manager focused on maximizing alpha for clients
  • Employs disciplined, systematic investment processes that are underpinned by a robust fundamental approach
  • Highly experienced investment professionals enhance and complement the quantitative process
  • Significant focus on capacity management and efficient implementation
  • Benefits from Man Group’s high-quality infrastructure and strong balance sheet
  • Global client base with many long-standing relationships
  • 1989 FOUNDED

  • ​19.7 $BN ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT

  • 99 EMPLOYEES

  • 30 INVESTMENT PROFESSIONALS

  • 2014 ACQUIRED BY MAN GROUP

Information as of 30 June 2016

Welcome to Man Numeric

Man Numeric is an institutional investment manager based in Boston, Massachusetts. We manage assets for clients globally, including corporate and public pension plans, foundations, endowments, and sovereign funds.

Since our founding in 1989, we have remained committed and focused on efforts to consistently outperform benchmarks to deliver excess returns over the long term for our clients. Strategies range from long-only, active extension, and market neutral equities across geographic regions, investment styles and capitalization strata.

Our long-standing commitment to carefully manage capacity has enabled us to focus on maximizing alpha for our clients.

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Latest Research

Unconventional Views video series for 2016 with Robert E. Furdak, Co-CIO at Man Numeric.

Robert Furdak, CFA

While Q1 2016 was a challenging quarter for momentum, we believe its magnitude might have been overstated.

Daniel Taylor, CFA

The Man AHL Academic Advisory Board met in May 2015 to discuss overfitting and its impact on the investor.

Nick Granger, Campbell Harvey, Matthew Sargaison, Sandy Rattray, Shanta Puchtler, CFA, Robert Furdak, CFA

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