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Key Data

2019 Q1 - Assets under management

2019 Q1 - Breakdown by client type

2018 Q4 - Assets under management

2018 Q4 - Breakdown by client type

2018 Q3 - Assets under management

2018 Q3 - Breakdown by client type

Q2 2018 - Assets under management

Q2 2018 - Breakdown by client type

Q1 2018 - Assets under management

Q1 2018 - Breakdown by client type

Q4 2017 - Assets under management

Q4 2017 - Breakdown by client type



Data from the IPE Top 400 Asset Managers as at 31 December 2018

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Key Data - Total group AUM worldwide

Key Data - AUM for external institutional clients worldwide

Key Data - Type of external institutional clients worldwide

Head Office
One New Change
Fourth Floor
London
EC4M 9AF
United Kingdom
Company website:
http://www.cmegroup.com
Year Founded:
1848

What’s new

  • CME SOFR Futures – Year One

    CME SOFR Futures – Year One

    White papersWed, 29 May 2019

    Read about CME SOFR futures after one year.

  • Adoption of SOFR and SONIA as Floating Rate Note Benchmarks

    Adoption of SOFR and SONIA as Floating Rate Note Benchmarks

    White papersWed, 29 May 2019

    Read an update on adoption of SOFR and SONIA as benchmarks in the floating rate note (FRN) market.  

  • Equity Options Skews: Why No Surprises?

    White papersThu, 9 May 2019

    Equity index options are the least surprising of options markets. According to data and the best of our knowledge, out-the-money (OTM) call options have never cost more than OTM puts on equity index options – reflecting the greater concern of a market slump than a rally.

  • Think Tank Points to U.S. Growth Slowing

    White papersWed, 8 May 2019

    Anxious about the U.S. economy? The Conference Board think tank is pointing to growth slowing to 1.5-2.0% but there are no imminent signs of a recession.

  • Gold/Silver Options Skews: Upside Risk Ahead?

    White papersTue, 7 May 2019

    U.S. monetary policy exerts a strong influence on the skewness of currency, gold and silver options. In a normal monetary environment where short-term interest rates are well above zero, investors tend to be more concerned about gold and silver prices rising abruptly than falling.

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