Waverton's CEO Fleming: The importance of culture and ownership in asset management is fundamentally underestimated

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Andrew Fleming of Waverton Investment Management
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Andrew Fleming of Waverton Investment Management

Lawrence Gosling speaks to Waverton Investment Management CEO Andrew Fleming about lessons learnt from Gartmore, building the business and what makes an ideal investment manager.

Waverton Investment Management CEO Andrew Fleming has spent well over three decades working in the asset management industry, in an era where accumulation of assets is often at odds with developing and maintaining the right business culture.  However, he has used his experience to help build Waverton into the kind of firm he believes is well placed to provide something different in this challenging environment. The group was founded in 1986 and was originally called J O Hambro Investment Management (JOHIM). It was then under the ownership of Credit Suisse between 2001 and 2013, and fi...

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