Managers To Watch: Polar Capital's Davis on why nurture, not nature, is key in fund management

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Managers To Watch: Polar Capital's Davis on why nurture, not nature, is key in fund management

Polar Capital's Nick Davis was not overwhelmed by the additional responsibility of running client money when he became a fund manager in 2011, because he was already confident in the high-conviction, bottom-up style of stockpicking he had formed while working as an analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein and Columbia Threadneedle.

"Even if the global marketplace becomes tough, the type of companies I pick will be safe and this conservative approach helps me sleep at night," he said. "If anything, when markets are volatile we are...

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