Delaware Investments

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Delaware Investments
Industry Financial Services
Founded 1929
Founder Admiral W. Linton Nelson [1]
Headquarters Philadelphia, United States
Key people
Ben Bruck, Chairman; Shawn Lytle, President; Ania Mikson, Senior Vice President, Head of Human Resources; Roger Early, Executive Vice President, Head of Fixed Income Investments; David Connor, Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary
Products Mutual funds, Institutional Investments
Number of employees
Approximately 500 (2011)
Parent Macquarie Group

Delaware Investments is a US-based asset management firm with $174.2 billion in assets under management as of September 30, 2016 [2] with 132 portfolio managers, analysts, and traders. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Australia's Macquarie Group.

Key Historical Years[edit]

  • 1929: Business commenced
  • 1938: Delaware Investments introduced its first mutual fund
  • 1972: Institutional separate account management established
  • 1974: Taft-Hartley business established
  • 1990: International/Global capabilities established
  • 2000: Fixed income capabilities enhanced
  • 2007: Launched Delaware Investments Global Funds plc[3]
  • 2010: Acquired by Macquarie Group[4]


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