Guinness Atkinson Asset Management, Global Growth Equities
Guinness Atkinson Asset Management is a $1.3 billion (as of 6.30.17) global equities investment manager based in London. They were founded in 2002 and run a number of dividend and growth strategies, as well as Asian equities and alternative energy strategies. The Guinness Atkinson Global Investors strategy is a multi-cap concentrated global growth equity strategy with $268 million in assets (as of 6.30.17). Guinness Atkinson is 100% employee owned, with 23 employees.
Ian Mortimer, CFA
Massive, overwhelming quantities of data are a welcome sight to Dr. Ian Mortimer. With a background in physics and the skills he picked up while getting his doctorate—such as logical thinking, math, and data analysis—he is able to recognize patterns and meaning where others may see only chaos and noise. Ian uses these skills on a daily basis at Guinness Atkinson. His passion for his investment areas (Energy, Innovation, Dividends) helps keep him in tune with what’s happening throughout the world in all areas impacting global progress. He pays strict attention to stock price fluctuations and their constant movement as he analyzes the market. Yet for as much as he looks at the numbers when researching a potential investment opportunity, he also relies on personal interactions, analyzing a company’s passion, commitment, and potential success through the attitudes and actions of their corporate management.
Matthew Page, CFA
Matthew Page, CFA has found identifying quality companies at good market valuations to be critical elements in selecting the companies he invests in. Whether an investor is seeking growth or income, he aims to find companies that demonstrate potential for a bright future. As Co-Manager of the Global Innovators Fund and Dividend Builder Fund, Matthew lives with one foot in the future. He is hyper-vigilant when it comes to identifying innovations that will potentially advance the human condition. Matthew believes that new investment opportunities present themselves to the informed, diligent and observant researcher. He has always found that insight is a product of hard work.