Effective companies are about people working well together, says Hugo Young, manager of the Aberdeen Global Asia Pacific Equity Fund.
Like many ethical managers, Audrey Ryan’s portfolio tilts toward small and mid-caps and growth companies.
Julie Dean seeks out companies with varying sensitivity to the economic backdrop.
Born in May 1975, Chris Sacca started his own venture-capital firm, and has made frequent appearances on America’s version of Dragons’ Den.
Prem Watsa is an Indian-born Canadian investor who has been dubbed the “Canadian Warren Buffett”.
John Banks was born in Maidstone in 1627 and went on to make his fortune from lending money.
Sarah Whitley considers herself to be a flexible fund manager. However, smost of her successes have been from buying secular growth stocks
Giles Hargreave has focused on small- and micro-cap shares because he thinks that this sector has been neglected by most institutional investors.
John W Henry devised a mechanical trading system based around identifying and following price trends.
Kenneth Heebner seeks out little-appreciated economic trends that he believes will affect entire sectors.
George Ross-Goobey was appointed the first in-house manager of Imperial Tobacco’s pension fund.