The largest 130/30 managers

Ranked by total assets, in millions, as of June 30, 2012.

RankManagerAssetsChange vs.
Sept. 30,
2008
1J.P. Morgan Asset Mgmt.$18,008 81.2%
2BlackRock*$3,200 -67.9%
3D.E. Shaw Group$2,060 138.7%
4Jacobs Levy Equity Mgmt.$1,500 -60.2%
5 First Quadrant$1,003 70.0%
6Acadian Asset Mgmt. $924 -56.5%
7 Pyramis Global Advisors$909 726.4%
8OrbiMed Advisors$715 N/A
9 Numeric Investors$668 N/A
10 Madison Square Investors $596 2.8%
11Robeco Investment Mgmt.$573 N/A
12AQR Capital Mgmt.$434 -68.8%
13AJO $433 -88.5%
14QS Investors**$425 N/A
15Mellon Capital Mgmt. (BNY)$422 N/A
16The Boston Co.$413 N/A
17 Arrowstreet Capital$410 N/A
18Two Sigma Investments$391 N/A
19Analytic Investors$351 -90.7%
20Quantitative Mgmt. Associates$302 -75.7%
21 State Street Global Advisors$280 -94.2%
22American Century Investors$274 N/A
23Los Angeles Capital Mgmt.$211 N/A
24AXA Rosenberg Inv. Mgmt.$201 -90.4%
25LSV Asset Mgmt.$195 N/A
26Martingale Asset Mgmt.$195 N/A
27UBS Global Asset Mgmt. $161 -89.9%
28Glenmede Investment Mgmt.$159 27.2%
29SSI Investment Mgmt.$123 N/A
30Systematic Financial Mgmt. $118 N/A
31Goldman Sachs Asset Mgmt.$114 N/A
32Brandywine Global Inv. Mgmt. $105 2.9%
  Total$35,873
*2008 assets were from Barclays Global Investors, which BlackRock (BLK) acquired in late 2009.
**2012 data as of Dec. 31, 2011, from Pensions & Investments’ survey.
Source: 2012 data from eVestment Alliance & Pensions & Investments; 2008 data from Pensions & Investments’ survey.

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