|Jonathan Parker||01/04/2017||Jonathan is a portfolio manager in the 4Factor UK Equity team at Investec Asset Management where he has managed the UK Core Equity strategy since July 2007. He is also the analyst on the consumer sector which he has covered since July 2011, prior to which he covered the services sector for four and a half years. Jonathan started his career at M&G Investment Management where he worked for four years as an analyst and then a further five years as a UK Equity portfolio manager. He has a degree in Economics from Cambridge University and is a member of the CFA institute. |
|Mr. Rhynhardt Roodt||01/04/2017||In line with our commitment of promoting talent from within&& Rhynhardt Roodt will start co-managing a portion of the SA general equity funds strategy. Rhynhardt is a co-portfolio manager on the General Equity Strategy. In addition he has dedicated analyst responsibilities for the resources sector and other multi-Asset strategies. Rhynhardt re-joined the firm in 2010 from Oryx Investment Management where he worked for two years as a research analyst and portfolio manager. Rhynhardt began his career at Investec Asset Management in 2004 and spent a year as a client service consultant and as an analyst in risk attribution and performance measurement team&& before moving into equity analysis. Rhynhardt has been with Investec Asset Management for 8 years and has 10 years’ experience in the investment industry.
|James Hand||01/05/2016||James Hand graduated from Cambridge University, England, with a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) degree. He is a member of ASIP (Associate of the Society of Investment Professionals). James joined Investec following three years at Schroder Investment Management. At Schroders, he specialised in small cap technology stocks, including a nine-month secondment to the US. He was also responsible for a number of small cap portfolios. Since joining Investec, James has taken over the running of the Investec Global Technology Fund and sector research responsibilities for the technology sector. |
|Global 4 Factor Team||01/01/2006|| |
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