Francis Brooke is a director of Troy Asset Management and manager of its income fund, which has outperformed almost all its competitors, on both an absolute and risk-adjusted basis, since its launch in 2004.
Q and A: Colin McLean
Colin McLean founded the fund management house SVM Asset Management, based in Edinburgh, 20 years ago and was one of the professional investors featured in my book Money Makers. An experienced stockpicker, in this Q and A he describes his current thoughts on the markets and how he is positioning his portfolios.
Q and A: Richard Oldfield
Richard Oldfield, the subject of our latest Q and A, is the founder and chief executive of Oldfield Partners, a privately owned investment management firm with $2.8 billion under management, invested wholly in equities “on a concentrated, value-focused, index-ignorant basis”. Before founding Oldfield Partners in 2005 he was for nine years chief executive of a family investment office. He is chairman of the Oxford University investment committee and of Keystone Investment Trust plc.
Q and A: Sebastian Lyon
Sebastian Lyon, the CEO of Troy Asset Management, is one of the coming talents in investment management. The firm he runs was recently given the mandate to run the Personal Assets Trust in Edinburgh, following the untimely death of Ian Rushbrook in October last year. Troy Asset Management started life with the task of running the family money of the late Lord Weinstock and other senior managers at GEC, from whom he inherited his conservative investment style and a focus on capital preservation. This Q and A describes his current positioning.