LF Odey Absolute Return Fund Sterling I Accumulation
|The Stars Group Inc||10.09 %|
|Plus500 Ltd||9.99 %|
|Oxford Nanopore Technologies L||4.97 %|
|Playtech PLC||4.86 %|
|Viasat Inc||4.84 %|
|IWG PLC||4.23 %|
|Plug Power Inc||3.73 %|
|Shanta Gold Ltd||3.09 %|
|Wetherspoon (J D) PLC||2.81 %|
|Rovio Entertainment Corp||2.67 %|
|United Kingdom||27.65 %|
|United States||19.00 %|
|Middle East||14.40 %|
|Europe - ex Euro||8.26 %|
|Consumer Cyclical||35.30 %|
|Financial Services||19.53 %|
Jamie joined Odey in June 2010 to work with James Hanbury on the Odey UK Absolute Return Fund. From 2008-2010 Jamie was global pharmaceuticals and medical devices analyst at Orbis Investment Advisory. From 2004-2008 Jamie was an analyst/deal manager at FF&P Private Equity. Jamie graduated from St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, where he read Biochemistry and has also completed the Chartered Financial Analyst Program.
James joined Odey in October 2008. From 2006-08 James was a partner and fund manager at ZA Capital, an equity hedge fund founded by a Schroder colleague Zafar Ahmadullah. From 2003-06 James was an equity analyst at Schroders covering the retail and leisure sectors. James graduated from Edinburgh University in 2003 and has also completed the Chartered Financial Analyst Program.
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