Tuesday 8th May, 2018 A rugby team drawn from the investment management community won the cup final in the City Rugby League on Wednesday 2nd May, beating top law firm Freshfields 31-19.
Old Mutual Wealth has acted an anchor investor in boutique group’s Usonian Investments’ new Japan fund to allow the strategy to open in a Ucits format. The Dublin-domiciled fund, which is formally called the Usonian Japan Value Ucits fund, is the flagship fund of Usonian, which was formed out of the former Japan value team at Advisory Research.
Victory again for the Aravis Investment XV & one almighty scalp in what was a fiery and ferocious encounter. In reality, the win felt slightly hollow as Goldman’s were penalised 12 points at kick off for failing to field a front row, leading to the menace of uncontested scrums.
Champagne, barbarian rugby was the order of the day in attack and the defence solid and unyielding by all.
The Investment XV would like to thank their sponsors – Aravis Partners, Edgewood L Select, Hamlin Capital Management & RMG Wealth Management for making it all possible.
As featured in the Investment Week
Edgewood L Select Fund (UCITS) won the North American category in the 22nd Annual Investment Week Fund Manager of the Year Awards.
This weekend saw the Investment team enter into their first official competition & final event of the season – the City League 10s – 10 being the number of players per side, not number of teams in the competition. As most who follow rugby will know, 10s is an unusual format of the game, 15 players per team being the norm and 7 a side being the more normal condensed (Olympic) version of the sport. Nonetheless, it was a fun tournament, full of running, barbarian style rugby as teams got to grips with the new format.
Jeremy Anagnos, CIO - Infrastructure, as he reviews the global listed infrastructure market and provides an outlook for the remainder of 2017. • Infrastructure investors are poised to benefit from another year of double-digit returns • We expect the Trump Administration to positively impact the asset class • Infrastructure investing is expected to grow $3 trillion annually over the next fifteen years
Following the success of the October game, what better way to kick start 2017 than a follow up. This time the Investment XV took on the Merlins, narrowly losing 40-27 in a thrilling encounter which kept the spectators on the edge of their seats throughout.
Investment Invitational XV v Lloyds of London... it was survival of the fittest
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