Veritas Global Equity Income A GBP

Management
DomicileIreland
Legal StructureOpen Ended Investment Company
UCITSYes
Inception Date01/03/2005
Fund Advisor(s)
Veritas Asset Management LLP
Fund ManagerIan Clark
Manager Start Date01/01/2020
Education
Warwick University, M.S.
 
Biography
Ian Clark is co-lead manager of the Newton Global Equity Income strategy. He joined Newton in 2011, and spent his first five years with the firm as a specialist global research analyst on our Global Equity Income and Real Return strategies. He continues to provide input on equity holdings in the Real Return strategy. Prior to joining Newton, Ian worked for Ziff Brothers Investments, covering industrial, building materials, transport and commodity companies. He also spent two years at McKinsey as a consultant in the firm's corporate finance practice. Ian holds a BSc from Warwick University.
Fund ManagerAndrew Headley
Manager Start Date17/06/2005
 
Biography
Director, Fund Manager and Head of Global Research. Director of Veritas Asset Management (UK) Limited and Fund Manager of the Real Return Global Fund and Veritas Global Focus Fund. Joined The Real Return Group in 2003. Analyst and Portfolio Manager WP Stewart 2001 to 2003. Analyst and Portfolio Manager Newton Investment Management 1996 to 2001. Tax Consultant, Price Waterhouse 1993 to 1996. Education: Chartered Accountant, BSc, ASIP.
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