are performing steadily in the years since Neuberger itself rose out of the bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers.
the fund shop is sturdy enough four years after the
financial crisis. It has also outpaced most of its peers when it comes
to performance. More than 90 percent of its equity and fixed income funds have beaten their benchmarks over the decade ended June 30.
The New York City-based mutual fund shop now manages $200 billion of client assets, 45 percent of
which is in equities, another 45 percent in fixed income and the
remaining 10 percent in alternative categories. Fifty-five percent of
the funds are sold through institutional channels, 25 percent through
third-party investments and 20 percent through direct private
offers a long profile of 2012 Neuberger. Reuters
also wrote about Neuberger's performance since the fall of Lehman.
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