John has over 25 years of industry experience having started his career at Robert Flemings in equity research leading into a long career in portfolio management at London & Capital Asset Management focusing on clients from the African continent. With a keen interest on the entrepreneurial side of his client’s activities, John decided to explore combining personal wealth management with strategic business growth, focusing on the integration of advisory, corporate and business services.
John set up the UK operation of ABAX in 2015 and following the acquisition by Ocorian in 2018 continues to focus on building the bridge for those seeking knowledge, understanding and investment opportunities available across Africa, whilst maximizing enterprise and shareholder value.
John has a BSc (Hons) in Financial Economics from Birkbeck College and an MSc in Finance from CASS Business School. He also holds the Investment Management Certificate (IMC), Private Client Investment Advice & Management (PCIAM / CISI), is Level 6 qualified (RDR), holds the designation of the Chartered Alternative Analyst Association (CAIA) and has passed the CIMA Cert Business Accounting.
- Investment Management Certificate (IMC)
- Private Client Investment Advice & Management
- Level 6 Qualified (RDR)
- Holds the designation of the Chartered Alternative Analyst Association
- CIMA Cert Business Accounting
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