Active asset management company J O Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) will follow the same path traced out by Unigestion,Vanguard, JP Morgan and other asset managers by announcing it will pay for all investment research on behalf of its clients in line with the forthcoming implementation of Mifid II coming into effect on 3 January 2018. […]
Robrecht Wouters, senior fund manager and fund manager, J O Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) are set to discuss value has different faces – Superior returns from European large-caps at the upcoming Autumn Pan-European Summit Hamburg 2017, taking place 11-13 October at the Hotel Sofitel Hamburg Alter Wall. Wouters and Fananas look forward to showing you the […]
J O Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) announced the appointment of experienced portfolio managers Giorgio Caputo and Lale Topcuoglu to strengthen global multi-asset income investment strategy. A US mutual fund launch is scheduled for Q4 2017 and a global income builder fund is expected to launch in Q1 2018, the latter which will be marketed to […]
J O Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) strengthened its UK intermediary sales team with the appointments of Helme Harrison and Bryan Horne as sales managers, reporting to Gavin White, head of UK intermediary sales. Harrison joined JOHCM in June and is working with White on coverage of London-based discretionary wealth managers. She joined from BNY Mellon, […]
John Wood, lead manager of the JOHCM UK opportunities fund, announced his retirement from the investment management industry on 30 September 2017. Rachel Reutter and Michael Ulrich, co-managers and well-established members of the JOHCM UK opportunities team, will assume lead responsibilities for the fund and all segregated portfolios, with Wood continuing as normal until the […]
JO Hambro Capital Management (JOHCM) is to launch a Global Opportunities fund for Ben Leyland, assistant manager on the top-performing UK Opportunities fund, by the end of Q2.
The JPM Natural Resources and Fidelity Portfolio funds have been downgraded to ‘A’ from ‘AA’ in OBSR’s latest ratings update.
In an investment climate dominated by macroeconomic and political developments, individual corporate fundamentals are being ignored. This makes for arduous conditions for bottom-up stock pickers.