Intech extends product range internationally

The quant fund manager is targeting institutions looking for risk-controlled exposure to global equities.
Enhanced Investment Technologies Intech, a $44.7 billion subsidiary of Janus Capital based in Palm Beach Gardens, Flordia, has launched a global core equity capability for institutional investors. The move is a response to demand for a global version of IntechÆs established US core active equities strategy.

The global platform mirrors the US version a mathematical investment process that uses a variety of global securities benchmarked to the MSCI World Index, with targeted annualized gross returns of 2.5% to 3% above the benchmark. The firm funded the global version with seed capital in December 2004, and since then the portfolio has beaten the MSCI World Index by 4.64%.

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