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MAN To Cut Around 3,500 Jobs In Germany By End Of 2022
Man Truck & Bus Says Works Council And IG Metall Interrupt Negotiations
Volkswagen expects positive operating result in 2020
MAN SE is a German manufacturer of commercial vehicles, engines and mechanical engineering equipment. The Company is active within two business areas, which are divided into four main divisions: Commercial Vehicles business area consists of the division MAN Truck & Bus as well as MAN Latin America; and Power Engineering business area includes MAN Diesel & Turbo as well as Renk division. MAN Truck & Bus produces trucks ranging from 7.5 to 44 tons and buses for scheduled services through to luxury travel. MAN Latin America is engaged in production of trucks and bus chassis, which are primarily sold in Latin America and Africa. MAN Diesel & Turbo provides large-bore diesel engines for marine and stationary applications, exhaust-gas turbochargers, propulsion systems, compressors, turbines and chemical reactors, among others. Renk manufactures special gear units, propulsion components and testing systems. The Company runs production sites worldwide and has operations in 150 countries.
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Man Global Private Markets, unit of British Hedge Fund Man Group, on Monday named Bernd Kerner as investment director within its European private debt team.
British hedge fund manager Man Group <EMG.L> said assets were hit by net outflows of client cash and adverse currency moves in the third quarter and an uncertain outlook could weigh on sentiment into year-end.
British hedge fund manager Man Group on Friday posted a 1.5% fall in assets under management in the three months to the end of September, hit by net outflows of client cash and adverse currency moves.
British hedge fund Man Group <EMG.L> said on Monday that the former Deutsche Bank chief executive John Cryan has been appointed chairman and will start his new role in January 2020, replacing Ian Livingston.
British hedge fund manager Man Group said assets rose 5% in the first half of the year, helped by performance in its computer-driven strategies, boosting fee income and sending its shares higher.
British hedge fund manager Man Group on Wednesday reported a 5% increase to its assets under management in the first half of 2019, even as it saw an increased outflow of client cash.
German auto maker Volkswagen <VOWG.DE> struck a slew of deals on Thursday to streamline its new Traton unit into a pure truck and bus business and prepare it for a planned stock market listing next year.
A German court has ordered auto maker Volkswagen AG's <VOWG_p.DE> truck unit to pay 300 million euros ($350 million) to shareholders in MAN SE <MANG.DE>, ending a long-running court battle over its buyout offer.
Man Group <EMG.L>, the world's largest listed hedge fund, reported a 3 percent rise in total assets in the first-quarter after net inflows of $4.8 billion (£3.3 billion) more than offset performance losses.
Man Group, the world's largest listed hedge fund, said on Thursday that net inflows of $4.8 billion in the first quarter helped funds under management rise 3 percent in the first three months of 2018.
Hedge fund manager Man Group on Wednesday named Simon Finch as chief investment officer (CIO) of its unit Man GLG.
* SAYS MEAN GENDER PAY GAP IS 21.4 PERCENT; MEAN BONUS PAY GAP 67 PERCENT Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Simon Jessop and Maiya Keidan)
British hedge fund company Man Group said on Wednesday funds under management rose 35 percent to $109.1 billion (78.5 billion pounds) in 2017, buoyed by net inflows of client money as well as market and currency gains.
British hedge fund firm Man Group said on Wednesday it had added $12.8 billion in new assets for the financial year ended Dec. 31, bringing its total funds under management to $109.1 billion.
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