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AXA Rosenberg key figures

  • $27 (€22) billion in assets under management as at 31 December 2014
  • Nearly 200 financial statement items for approximately 20,000* companies tracked worldwide
  • 30 years experience
  • 57  investment professionals

Source: AXA Rosenberg as at 31 December 2014 unless otherwise specified. * AXA Rosenberg has fundamental data for, and is actively valuing, approximately 20,000 companies. This figure varies depending on the overall number of companies that are in existence and listed at any point in time.  Source: AXA Rosenberg



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Outlook 2015

Published in January 2015

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AXA IM's systematic fundamental global equity expertise

AXA Rosenberg is a global equity investment manager with offices located in major financial markets worldwide, within the AXA Investment Managers Group, a multi-expert investment management company.

We offer a distinctive investment approach that combines our fundamental knowledge with technology to value companies on a global scale. This enables us to compare common characteristics of companies worldwide with depth, speed and efficiency.

We use a systematic fundamental approach based on rigorous research analysis that sets us apart from typical quant managers - allowing us to make decisions for our clients that are objective and rational, seeking to achieve consistent, superior results.

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