Hendry's Eclectica AM: Our survival strategies over a challenging decade

Supporting the 'big kid'

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L-R: Tom Roderick, George Lee, Tim Arengo-Jones and Hugh Hendry. Photo: Scott Williams
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L-R: Tom Roderick, George Lee, Tim Arengo-Jones and Hugh Hendry. Photo: Scott Williams

The Eclectica Asset Management team talk about the evolution of their business, fighting back against problems in the hedge fund world and this year's 'dull' Brexit debate.

"You endure, you prosper, you survive in this business by avoiding dogma, having flexibility and being humble." So says Hugh Hendry – one of the UK's best-known hedge fund managers – who has navigated a course through often turbulent waters after setting up his own firm just over a decade ago. Hendry: What motivates me to stay in fund management Eclectica Asset Management was founded in 2005 by Hendry and other former Odey Asset Management colleagues. Importantly for the fledgling company, the team took their flagship strategy with them – the Eclectica fund – which was launched at ...

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