Absolute Return Capital Llc

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Absolute Return Capital Llc is a Massachusetts-based institutional investor with more than $15.99 billion AUM in November, 2014. This fund invests only a small percentage of its assets in equities and options. Taken from Absolute Return Capital latest Adv, the fund reported to have 24 full and part-time employees. Among which 10 performing investment advisory and research functions. The institutional investor had between 1-10 clients.

Absolute Return Capital Llc Portfolio Holdings

13F Report Date: 9/30/2016

ABSOLUTE RETURN CAPITAL Sector Weightings & New Holdings


ABSOLUTE RETURN CAPITAL AUM, Portfolio Value and Historical 13F

Absolute Return Capital Llc had $15.99 billion assets under management as of Tuesday, November 25, 2014. The historical portfolio values of the fund were:

$7,201,673,000 in 2013Q3 – 13F Filing Available

$7,201,673,000 in 2013Q4 – 13F Filing Available

$6,922,467,000 in 2014Q1 – 13F Filing Available

$6,922,467,000 in 2014Q2 – 13F Filing Available

$7,130,480,000 in 2014Q3 – 13F Filing Available

$7,130,480,000 in 2014Q4 – 13F Filing Available

$3,788,497,000 in 2015Q1 – 13F Filing Available

$2,507,714,000 in 2015Q2 – 13F Filing Available

$1,565,616,000 in 2015Q3 – 13F Filing Available

$0 in 2015Q4 – 13F Filing Available

$0 in 2016Q1 – 13F Filing Available

$0 in 2016Q2 – 13F Filing Available

$0 in 2016Q3 – 13F Filing Available

Subsidiaries/Series: Absolute Return Investors LLC, Absolute Return Investors L.P., Absolute Return Capital Partners L.P.

*Institutional Portfolio Holdings information is filed by institutions with over $100 million in AUM on form 13F with the SEC.

*% AUM is the stock or security value as a percentage of the assets under management. AUM is taken from the latest fund filed SEC Adv.

*The portfolio holdings report is limited to stocks and stock options of common and other shares, convertible preferred and convertible bonds. The report does not include cash, real estate and fixed income securities.

*Sentiment could be wrong because the fund might have increase or decrease its portfolio because of investments inflow or because an increase in short positions.


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