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By PWM Editor

The rise of quantitative managers
Since the late-1990s, there has been substantial growth in the amount of assets managed by quantitative managers and using quantitative investment strategies in the institutional fund management arena. In the last several years this rapid growth has continued, as client demand has bifurcated between higher octane high alpha products and lower tracking error index plus products. Fund buying professionals are clearly looking for well-managed quantitative equity funds to put at the core of their client portfolios. Such funds enable fund buyers to reliably put in place what they hope are consistent asset class returns, often outperforming index tracking products, to construct successful portfolios and investment products.

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