Los Angeles Capital Management (LACM) A Global Quantitative Equity Manager

LACM at a Glance

As of March 31, 2024

$37.6B firmwide assets under management, USD
22yrs innovation in quantitative investment management
100% employee ownership through parent entities

Our Mission

Achieving Client Success Through Research and Technology

LACM challenges the conventional wisdom that market environments dictate manager success. The Firm recognizes that investor preferences shift and change as market cycles evolve, and that long-term factor behavior does not guarantee future outperformance.

As such, LACM employs a dynamic, forward-looking, and adaptive approach, centered around Investor Preference Theory®, and implemented via its proprietary stock selection model.

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Our Approach

LACM's investment philosophy is underpinned by its proprietary concept of Investor Preference Theory®.

Investor preferences and risk tolerances change as the market evolves, and long-term historic factor behavior is not always an accurate indication of future performance and returns.

This innovative and dynamic concept forms the DNA of LACM's investment process, guiding the research team in its search for alpha. Los Angeles Capital's Dynamic Alpha Stock Selection Model® seeks to avoid historical biases in favor of capturing and incorporating the views of today's equity investors, resulting in portfolios that adapt to the current economic environment.

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LACM forecasts returns and risks on equity securities globally, tailoring portfolios to meet specific investor requirements.

The Firm presently offers over 20 equity strategies*, with products aggregated into broad categories such as Global Equity, U.S. Equity, Non-U.S. Equity, Emerging Markets Equity, Active Extension, and ESG.

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*As of March 31, 2024

Investors should conduct their own analysis and consult with professional advisors prior to making any investment decisions. Diversification does not eliminate the risk of experiencing investment loss. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Investment process is subject to change.