Harding reveals ambitious plans for Winton

David Harding says he has no intention to take Winton Capital Management public. He has ambitious plans to grow the business into a major investment management company as he remains at the helm

David Harding, Winton Capital Management

David Harding says he does not intend to take Winton Capital Management public. He plans to grow the business, which has $26 billion of assets under management, into an investment management company based on financial mathematics.

Winton executes a systematic trading program in which it can hold long or short positions in futures and equity markets around the world. The program blends short-term trades with long-term trend following, incorporating multiple periods and systems.

Harding believes

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