|Headquarters||New York and London|
|Key People||Isaac R. Souede, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Strategist, Permal Group|
|Products||Advisory, Management, And Monitoring Services To Funds And Customized Portfolios|
Established in 1973, Permal has offices in nine international financial centers and more than 200 employees, as well as networks of managers and relationships around the globe.
Established almost four decades ago in 1973, Permal was part of the Worms & Cie Group, a family-owned firm of French origin founded in 1848. In 2005, Permal was acquired by Legg Mason and now operates as a subsidiary of the one of world’s largest asset management firms.  
Permal offers a range of multi-manager, multi-strategy funds to meet risk and return objectives. Assets are allocated to experienced investment managers. Permal reallocates among managers and strategies based on an ongoing assessment of global market conditions. Many investments are made through separately managed accounts.
In 2011, Permal won the ‘Best Performing Specialist Fund of Hedge Funds Over 10 Years’ award at the Hedge Funds Review European Fund of Hedge Funds Awards  and in 2012 also won the ‘Best Specialist Fund of Hedge Funds Over 10 Years’ at the Hedge Funds Review Americas Awards.
Permal Group operates through nine international offices in Boston, New York, Nassau (Bahamas), London, Paris, Dubai, Singapore, Hong Kong and Japan. 
- Isaac R. Souede, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Strategist, Permal Group
- Omar Kodmani, President, Permal Group
- James R. Hodge, President and Chairman of the Investment Committee, Permal Asset Management Inc
- Robert Kaplan, Chief Investment Officer, Executive Vice President, Permal Asset Management Inc.
- Company Overview of The Permal Group. Business Week.
- Citigroup and Legg Mason Release Details of Asset Swap. The New York Times.
- Legg Mason to buy Permal Group for up to $1.39bn. New Ratings.
- Press release. Hedge Funds Review (subscription required).
- About Permal. Permal.