- Natixis Global AM has obtained a new record of net inflows of US$ 33 billion worldwide, US$ 19 billion from United States, US$ 12 billion from Europe and US$ 0.8 billion from Asia
- Its assets under management totaled US$ 923 billion or EUR 811.6 billion as of June 30th, 2015
- Its net revenues increased 25% and its gross operating margin increased 35% in the first half of 2015
During the first half of 2015, Natixis Global Asset Management has experienced a strong growth of its business, obtaining a new record of net inflows of US$ 33 billion worldwide and managing about US$ 923 billion in assets under management.
According to the latest information published about their earnings, Natixis Global Asset Management was profitable over the past first six months of this year. When comparing its first half revenues to those of 2014, it showed a solid growth in net revenues with an increase of 25% at current exchange rates. However, if constant exchange rates are used, the growth in net revenues is lower, with an increase of 8%. Moreover, the gross operating income of this first half has increased a 35% compared to last year first half.
The largest increase of net inflows came from their business in United States, with US$ 19 billion of net inflows or 57.6% of the total net inflows, which made a total in asset under management of US$ 471.8 in the United States.
The next largest bulk of net inflow came from Europe, where its net inflows totaled US$ 12 billion, making a total in asset under management of US$ 417.7 billion for the European region.
In Asia, the net inflows totaled US$ 0.8 billion, while the Asian assets under management made a whole sum of US$ 8.2 billion. The rest of net inflows, US$ 1.2 billion approximately, were not specifically assigned to any region, although the rest of asset under management, US$ 6.6 billion were attributed to the private equity division.
Lastly, it should be highlighted that there were strong flows in fixed-income for American and European affiliates with US$ 22 billion in net new money.