Managers To Watch: S.W. Mitchell's Cullen on exploiting behavioural biases to find opportunities

Tom Eckett
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Managers To Watch: S.W. Mitchell's Cullen on exploiting behavioural biases to find opportunities

When he was looking to join the investment management industry, Brian Cullen was keen to avoid being "pigeon-holed" at the very beginning of his career, as he was attracted to the opportunity to pick stocks across a wide variety of sectors.

He also wanted to avoid the investment banking route into the financial industry, fearing a focus on one or two individual sectors would cause him to develop "tunnel vision" in his skills as an analyst....

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