Richard Oldfield: Founder of Oldfield Partners
In this episode we are joined by value investing rockstar, Richard Oldfield. Richard started his career in the seventies at Warburg Investment Management, later to become Mercury Asset Management, and after a stint at a family office founded Oldfield Partners. We discuss why he was first drawn to investment management, the history of value investing and the future of active management. We talk about his book, Simple But Not Easy and he shares advice for those who are looking to pursue a career in investment management.
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