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Equity Chief Investment Officer John Porter explains to the investment communications team’s Matthew Goodburn why he remains optimistic about selective parts of the US small and mid-cap sector.
How Can I Achieve Balance between Risk and Return?
Problem Facing Investors
Themes are powerful, transformative forces that can influence and reshape the global economy, industries and society in ways that alter the investment landscape dramatically. They have a profound impact on corporate revenue and earnings, and ultimately on whether companies endure or fail.
Four Reasons to Invest in SMID Cap Growth
Extensive domain expertise
Differentiated opportunities unearthed through thematic investment framework
Sustainable growth opportunities identified via fundamental and specialist research
Downside managed via enhanced risk assessment and disciplined investment process
Explore Newton’s US Small Mid Cap Growth Equity strategy
A strategy that seeks to achieve the balance between risk and return that investors are looking for. It harnesses the return potential of innovative and disruptive small-cap and mid-cap companies, while applying a robust risk assessment framework and a disciplined thematic investment process.
Meet the Team
Our analytical insights are driven by our deep expertise, which we believe provides a unique advantage to our strategy. Our team of seasoned investment professionals have accumulated a breadth of expertise and industry experience over multiple business cycles, and each member has a minimum of 10 years of investment experience. This domain expertise is the foundation of our thematic work, as well as providing differentiated company and industry insights.
Chief investment officer
head of equity
Karen Miki Behr
Global Opportunities team
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