Natixis Investment Managers

2019 Top 400 ranking: 16https://www.im.natixis.com/en-institutional/home

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At Natixis Investment Managers, our sole objective is to help every institutional client achieve their long-term investment goals, no matter what challenges they face along the way. With two-thirds of our business focused exclusively on managing institutional assets – and more than 40 years of serving institutions – we have developed the resources and expertise to continuously address all of our institutional clients’ evolving needs.

Our organisation has been built to deliver an innovative and truly active investment offering – one that answers a variety of situations and requirements for a long-term collaboration. Our multi-affiliate model offers active investment solutions from over 20 high-conviction investment managers. These affiliates offer more than 200 strategies that cover a wide range of traditional and alternative asset classes, including liquid and illiquid strategies across private equity, infrastructure, real estate and private debt.

Providing institutional clients with access to a range of managers, each with its own unique process and culture, helps capitalize on the diverse and unconventional thinking that can lead to alpha generation. With €818.1 billion AUM, Natixis Investment Managers is one of the largest asset managers in the world.

For more, visit www.im.natixis.com/en-institutional or read our latest insights on The HUB

News from Natixis Investment Managers

  • Real Estate Alchemy weblink

    Market Insight - Transforming non-core assets into prime property requires skill and resources. Core real estate is attractive to many long-term investors. It provides solid (if unspectacular) yields, adds diversification to portfolios, it holds up well when times are tough and offers the potential for some capital appreciation.

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White Papers / Research from Natixis Investment Managers

  • The winners and losers of the sustainable transition. Lessons from the past. download

    Just over a decade ago Danish Oil and Natural Gas, more affectionately known as DONG, decided that climate change would seriously jeopardise or even destroy its business model over time.

  • Infrastructure: Let’s Get Personal weblink

    Market Insight: Getting really close to assets and stakeholders increases the chances of consistent returns. Infrastructure has a direct impact on people’s lives, facilitating the functioning of critical activities without which everyday life would grind to a halt. Its huge impact on society means infrastructure, and those who create it, assume substantial responsibilities. Only by meeting these responsibilities can infrastructure investments gain legitimacy in the ...

  • Mid-Market Private Equity: 2.0 - Solving the challenge of geographical diversification weblink

    Market Insight: Mid-market private equity has grown in popularity as investors seek to invest in the high-growth companies that drive economies. The relatively small scale of deals compared with the large buyout funds means the focus of mid-market private equity is local. That is, the segment is dominated by domestic private equity funds investing primarily in domestic companies.

  • Multi-Factor Portfolios: A new Factor? weblink

    Affiliate Publication: Limits of the static approach: Assessing the value added of a multi-factor portfolio from a performance-agnostic point of view.

  • Flexible Access to Private Equity weblink

    Market Insight: Private equity has long shown itself to be a consistent performer, delivering higher returns relative to stock markets over extended periods. After fees, private equity investors, in aggregate, have beaten public markets comfortably. But the key phrase here is in aggregate. Why? Because the range of returns across the private equity spectrum is wide, with average returns hiding pockets of poor performance, even losses.

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Head Office
43 avenue Pierre Mendès France
Paris Cedex 13
F-75648
France
Company website:
https://www.im.natixis.com/en-institutional/home
Year Founded:
1984

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  • The winners and losers of the sustainable transition. Lessons from the past.

    The winners and losers of the sustainable transition. Lessons from the past.

    White papersMon, 11 Nov 2019

    Just over a decade ago Danish Oil and Natural Gas, more affectionately known as DONG, decided that climate change would seriously jeopardise or even destroy its business model over time.

  • Infrastructure: Let’s Get Personal

    Infrastructure: Let’s Get Personal

    White papersFri, 1 Nov 2019

    Market Insight: Getting really close to assets and stakeholders increases the chances of consistent returns. Infrastructure has a direct impact on people’s lives, facilitating the functioning of critical activities without which everyday life would grind to a halt. Its huge impact on society means infrastructure, and those who create it, assume substantial responsibilities. Only by meeting these responsibilities can infrastructure investments gain legitimacy in the ...

  • Mid-Market Private Equity: 2.0

    Mid-Market Private Equity: 2.0 - Solving the challenge of geographical diversification

    White papersTue, 15 Oct 2019

    Market Insight: Mid-market private equity has grown in popularity as investors seek to invest in the high-growth companies that drive economies. The relatively small scale of deals compared with the large buyout funds means the focus of mid-market private equity is local. That is, the segment is dominated by domestic private equity funds investing primarily in domestic companies.

  • Multi-Factor Portfolios: A new Factor?

    Multi-Factor Portfolios: A new Factor?

    White papersTue, 30 Jul 2019

    Affiliate Publication: Limits of the static approach: Assessing the value added of a multi-factor portfolio from a performance-agnostic point of view.

  • Flexible Access to Private Equity

    Flexible Access to Private Equity

    White papersTue, 25 Jun 2019

    Market Insight: Private equity has long shown itself to be a consistent performer, delivering higher returns relative to stock markets over extended periods. After fees, private equity investors, in aggregate, have beaten public markets comfortably. But the key phrase here is in aggregate. Why? Because the range of returns across the private equity spectrum is wide, with average returns hiding pockets of poor performance, even losses.

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