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A founding partner of Hasley who has been involved in private client asset management since 1983 with both Vivian Gray and GVG Asset Management. In 1998 he joined the specialist Hampshire firm of Pembroke Asset Management before leaving in 2006 to establish Hasley. He is married with three sons and lives in Hampshire.
A founding partner of Hasley and their chief operations officer. He has held senior operational positions in Carr Sheppards since 1994 and following their merger with Rensburg in 2005. He is married with two young children and lives near Farnham.
Alastair George is the manager for Hasley's Best Ideas and Diversifier portfolios. His financial services experience dates from the mid-1990s when he started his career at Goldman Sachs in London as an investment strategist. Since then he has successfully managed both low-volatility traditional investment portfolios and hedge fund strategies.
At present he combines his duties at Hasley with his role as founder of Infinite Variance SA, an asset management and investment research firm based in Switzerland.
He has a First in Engineering and an MSc in statistical pattern recognition, both from Oxford University.
Richard Philbin is the manager of Hasley's Multi-Strategy portfolio. He has managed portfolios for private clients and has managed both retail and institutional Fund of Fund portfolios for over a decade for two large City firms - F&C Investments and Architas Multi Manager (an AXA group company which he helped grow to be one of the largest Multi Managers in the UK.) He has been involved in managing Multi Asset funds since 1994.
He has a degree in Financial Services from Bristol, lives in Hertfordshire and is happily married with 2 young boys.
Before founding Investors RouteMap in 1998 Nick Dewhirst spent more than a quarter of a century in the City advising European institutional investors and individuals on foreign markets. At different stages Nick has been a specialist in the UK equity market, mining shares, United States and Continental Europe, mainly Germany, but also Central Europe and smaller companies generally.
While employed at a succession of leading investment banks Nick has performed many front-line roles including fund management for private clients, institutional equity sales, country analysis, investment strategy and the construction of stock market indices. His last positions were for Dresdner Bank as Head of Equity Sales, London and with Kleinwort Benson as European SmallCap Coordinator.
Nick has been rated as one of the top analysts on Continental European shares in several surveys of British institutional investors. Nick speaks German and French and is a Fellow of the Securities Institute.
Hywel has worked in institutional asset management in Europe and the Middle East for 20 years.
Hywel began his investing career at Mercury Asset Management during which the business grew from $10bn to $100bn AUM until the firm was acquired by Merrill Lynch in 1997. He then went on to manage the UK and European Equity business for Goldman Sachs, growing AUM from $1bn to over $12bn and helping to establish Goldman Sachs Asset Management as a highly regarded asset management operation in Europe. On moving to Morgan Stanley, Hywel managed the equity business in Europe, establishing the firm's Global, EAFE and European Equity product globally including institutional mandates and white label partnerships in Asia, Middle East, Europe and the US.
Latterly Hywel was CEO of the Public Equity business of Dubai International Capital with clients throughout the Middle East.
Richard has been a non-Executive Director of Integral Asset Management since 1998. Prior to joining the firm on a full-time basis he co-founded a hedge fund operation, Fabien Pictet & Partners, where he was Chief Executive Officer.
Richard has run long/short portfolios, as well as a Korean equity fund, for a total of ten years. In the 1990s he worked for Pictet & Cie as Head of Small Companies and was instrumental in creating valuation models and managing a small team. Richard has invested over $300mm in private equity transactions in Europe and the US for a Brussels-based family office, and has been involved in numerous senior debt transactions, including MBOs, while a banker at JP Morgan.
Richard began his career, after leaving Cambridge, as a consultant for Bain and Company working in Europe, Africa and the Caribbean.
Mark Cherrill Mark started in financial services in 1979 by joining a local forward thinking IFA firm. He moved to Mercers (the international actuarial consultants) in 1983, before starting an advisory firm in 1986. From the mid-90s, Mark worked in London with companies, normally allied to the accountancy profession, rising to Director of the financial services arm of Mazars, the international accountancy firm. Mark and Andrew Jenkins formed Incisive Wealth Strategies LLP in 2005, advising high net worth clients and developing mathematically optimised investment strategies.
Mark is a Chartered Financial Planner, gaining that status, as it was introduced, in 2006.
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