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Hedge Fund Man Research Laboratory Expands At Oxford

New York (HedgeCo.net) – Man Research Laboratory (MRL) and the Oxford-Man Institute of Quantitative Finance (OMI) opened new, larger premises in Jericho, Oxford, on 24 September, demonstrating that the two groups’ unique collaboration is flourishing as it moves into its third year.

“AHL is already trading billions of dollars using advanced trading concepts developed at AHL in Oxford,” said Dr Anthony Ledford, Chief Scientist of the MRL. “The collaboration benefits us enormously and allows us to hear about OMI’s academic theories first and share ideas with some of the world’s best quantitative finance academics; promote our name as an exciting and innovative employer within Oxford’s academic community and research our own ideas in a stimulating environment,” he added.

AHL is one of world’s largest managed futures managers and a wholly owned subsidiary of hedge fund Man Group. Its two decade track record of consistent double digit gains for investors is based on an unstinting dedication to research.

The University of Oxford and Man Group were brought together in 2007 when Man provided the cornerstone funding for the first academic institute dedicated to quantitative finance and co-located it with its own commercial researchers. AHL’s research in Oxford is a commercial undertaking while the OMI pursues academic excellence, independent of Man. This arrangement remains the first and only co-location of its kind between Oxford University and a commercial entity.

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