The share price of Man Group (LSE: EMG) - the world's largest publicly traded independent alternative investment manager - is currently up over 8%, following publication of the company's interim results for the first half of 2015.
It may seem as though things are going from bad to worse for Santander (LSE: BNC). That's because its share price continues to fall, with it being down by 5% since the turn of the year and by 35% during the last year.
Man Group (EMG) is still struggling to demonstrate that its hedge funds can once again deliver decent returns and, while it has said it will hold its dividend, investors were not convinced this will be possible over the long term.
Investment manager Man Group (EMG) has been suffering outflows of funds as clients have realised that even hedge fund managers are not immune from making losses when markets are turbulent, despite the extremely generous fees they receive.
Over the 13 months between October 2008 and November 2009, the UK government was forced to bail out Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) no fewer than three times to shore up a balance sheet stricken by the financial crisis: as a result, taxpayers now own ...
That's how much the provider of accident management and legal services to motorists has gained in value since changing its name from Helphire Group in May 2014 following years of problems. It's not only Redde's reputation that's been restored.