AMG Posts Q4 Profit, Buys British Money Manager

Feb 1 2010 | 9:02pm ET

Affiliated Managers Group, which owns stakes in several high-profile hedge funds, swung to profit in the fourth quarter, topping analysts’ estimates. And in addition to being in the black, the firm is also making moves to expand globally.

The Beverly, Mass.-based firm said today that net income was $24.6 million, up from an $83.7 million loss in the year-earlier period. AMG also announced that it was buying a majority stake in British money manager Artemis Investment Management.


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