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At this year's SALT New York conference, Jean Hynes, the CEO of Wellington Management, took to the stage to discuss the role of active management in today's investment environment. Hynes succeeded Brendan Swords as the CEO of Wellington at the end of June after nearly 30 years at the firm. Wellington is one of the Read More
Eveillard defines investment business as “A big tent that accommodates many different people defines investment business. At the one end there is Ben Graham, and at the other side of the tent there is Warren Buffett.”
Graham and Warren Buffett, the legends in investing business, have entirely different style of making investment, on the other Eveillard have his own style of carrying out investment business and he also possesses some characteristics of both of the greatest investors.
His unique style of doing business means that he follows a strict set of rules. He always plays a safe game. He believes in performing a risk analysis regarding every aspect of investment and to becoming familiar with each risk factor very clearly. In addition, when there is inflation risk identified while carrying out any investment then do not put money on that investment instead invest in the form of gold.
Jean-Marie Eveillard Resource Page
Parames began his life in a small town of Coruna in Spain. At the age of 27, fresh from a recent MBA, he was tapped in 1989 to manage the funds of a small money management company called Bestinver, run by a minor conglomerate Acconia. His career as an investment manager can be summarized given the yield obtained by his Spanish equity funds; 7.9% per annum from January 1993 – June 2009.
In 1997, he took over the management of the Bestinver International Fund, and he made management proud by taking this tiny, hereto unknown fund to leading global positions. He performed well in the market of foreign funds sold in Spain, with an accumulated yield from January 1998 to June 2009 of 196% (9.5% Annual Average Return) versus -3.1% obtained by the reference index, the MSCI World Index.
Francisco Garcia Parames Resource Page