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AMG completes investments in three leading alternative firms

Wednesday, July 06, 2016
Opalesque Industry Update - Affiliated Managers Group, Inc., a global asset management company, has announced the completion of its investments in Capula Investment Management LLP, Mount Lucas Management LP, and CapeView Capital LLP.

Capula is a global fixed income specialist firm managing absolute return, enhanced fixed income, and tail risk strategies, focusing on developing innovative investment strategies that exhibit low correlation to traditional equity and fixed income markets. Founded by CIO & Managing Partner Yan Huo in 2005, Capula is based in London with affiliated entities in Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Greenwich. Mount Lucas manages global macro, diversified futures index, commodity futures index, and large cap equity strategies. The firm was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Newtown, PA. CapeView is a London-based alternative manager operating a European credit and distressed fund as well as a European equity long/short fund.

AMG’s investments in Winton Capital Group Ltd. and Partner Fund Management, L.P. are expected to close by year-end 2016.

AMG is a global asset management company with equity investments in leading boutique investment management firms. AMG’s innovative partnership approach allows each Affiliate’s management team to own significant equity in their firm while maintaining operational autonomy. AMG’s strategy is to generate shareholder value through the growth of existing Affiliates, as well as through investments in new Affiliates and additional investments in existing Affiliates. In addition, AMG provides centralized assistance to its Affiliates in strategic matters, marketing, distribution, product development and operations. As of March 31, 2016, AMG’s aggregate assets under management were approximately $697 billion, pro forma for pending and closed investments, in more than 500 investment products across a broad range of investment styles, asset classes, and distribution channels.

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