Man Group PLC, the alternative investment management company and the world's biggest listed hedge fund firm, reported a drop in fund outflows in a more buoyant 2012 for financial markets and said it could begin to see clients return, after heavy withdrawals in the second half of last year. The company books $16.7 billion of product sales, but a spike in redemptions in September led to modest net inflows in alternatives and an outflow in long only. Man Group also announced a change to its dividend policy. In this interview Peter Clarke, CEO, looks at results, positioning, dividend and outlook.
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