and Fund Manager at Waverton Investment Funds Plc - Waverton Continental European Fund. Previously, he was a Principal, Director, and Head of Specialist Equities at JO Hambro Investment Management. Mr. Mitchell worked at JO Hambro Investment from 1998 to.
Somers Ltd — itself formerly known as Bermuda National Ltd, owner of the Bermuda Commercial Bank — announced its JO Hambro Investments Management, which has $7 billion of assets under management, is to be renamed Waverton Investment Management.
JO Hambro Investment Management will change its name to Waverton Investment Management, following the sale of the business by Credit Suisse to Bermuda-based Somers Limited. The management of Waverton has stressed the underlying structure of the business.
As founder chairman of JO Hambro Investment Management in 1986 ... In 1995, after his father's death, Richard Hambro moved into the family home at Waverton, near Moreton-in-the Marsh, Gloucestershire, and embarked on a further career in the racing industry.
Somers Limited announced that its subsidiary — J O Hambro Investment Management [JOHIM] – has changed its name to Waverton Investment Management. Waverton is not a new name to JOHIM, as its existing funds have used the Waverton banner since 2004 and.
As of 31 December 2015 Waverton had £4.5bn ($6.4bn, €5.7bn) under management. Founded in 1986 as J O Hambro Investment Management, the firm was acquired by Credit Suisse Group in 2001. In 2013 it was sold to Bermuda National, which has since rebranded.
Though Waverton is a relatively new name, the underlying business is long-standing. It was set up in 1986 as JO Hambro Investment Management (Johim) – not to be confused with JO Hambro Capital Investment, a popular retail investment house, also based in.
JO Hambro Investment Management is to rebrand as Waverton Investment Management in a move designed to establish a clearer identity for the firm. The brand overhaul follows on from the sale of the business by Credit Suisse to Bermuda-based Somers Limited.
BT Investment Management is unable to say whether an inquiry into dealing commissions going back more than 10 years for its British business, JO Hambro, will deliver any findings of wrongdoing or penalties. At its annual results on Wednesday.