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THE FUTURE OF FINANCE

Across time zones and continents, we dedicate ourselves to investing in exceptional ideas. However, we understand that remarkable ideas don’t materialize on their own. With a decade of experience, we have consistently encouraged individuals to cultivate their skills, question conventional wisdom, and transform their visions into reality.

INVESTING TO BUILD A BETTER WORLD.

We actively seek growth opportunities and new expertise. Expanding across geographies, strategies, and asset classes, we pursue diverse and lasting returns.

KEEPING UP WITH THE EVER EVOLVING.

We provide our team with resources to build expertise, pioneer in their respective fields, and advance as professionals. Our goal is to enable them to forge lasting careers and remain at the forefront of our industry.

SEARCHING FOR THE HIGHEST TALENT.

In our unwavering pursuit of excellence, we relentlessly seek top talent to build a dynamic team that consistently exceeds expectations and shapes our future.

DIVERSE STRATEGIES FOR ALL INVESTORS

Led by Jason Marques, Eques is a global asset manager specializing in discretionary long/short equity, systematic, and macro investing strategies. We also actively manage a growing portfolio of private market investments to enhance our investment offerings.

“In our relentless pursuit of growth and success, we recognize that innovation, adaptability, and entrepreneurial thinking are the driving forces that propel us forward.”

JASON MARQUES

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President

NEWS AND RESEARCH

Eques research suggests investors are being way too pessimistic about the UK housing market, which is going through a very stressful period.

We’re entering the age of artificial intelligence, and one company is ahead of the curve.

Love it or hate it, there’s no doubt that artificial intelligence is one of the big investment trends at the moment.

As March’s “banking crisis” claimed big names, the market became a shorter’s paradise. The backlash came quickly, though one commentator says short sellers aren’t to blame.