Chris joins after more than 12 years at Findlay Park Partners LLP where he had most recently been a Partner and Portfolio Manager. At Findlay Park he was responsible for evaluating and directing investments for a $15bn long-only North American equity fund with a long-term track record of out-performance. Prior to Findlay Park, Chris held multiple roles in investment management and investment banking focused on the healthcare sector.
PAM intends to launch a new fund for Chris in the first quarter of 2023, subject to regulatory approval. The new fund is likely to be a benchmark agnostic, concentrated, multi-cap North American opportunities fund which will draw on his many years’ experience as a bottom-up, surgical investor. PAM has already received strong interest for the limited capacity strategy from a number of cornerstone investors.
Matthew Lamb, CEO of Pacific Asset Management said:
“We are incredibly pleased to welcome Chris to Pacific Asset Management. He has a long track record of generating outstanding returns in North American equities and is well-known for his expertise throughout the industry.”
“PAM was built to be home for incredibly talented investment professionals. Our institutional infrastructure and technology focus allows individuals to do what they do best – high conviction, craft-based, outcome orientated investing. This year more than ever has proven that the homogeneity and industrialisation of asset management doesn’t, like in any industry, hold all the answers. Simply put, Chris personifies active craft investing.”
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