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Guy Monson

Guy Monson

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About Guy Monson

CIO of Sarasin & Partners LLP since 1997 and a managing partner of Sarasin & Partners since 2004, Guy Monson has played a major role in developing Bank Sarasin’s London based subsidiary, Sarasin Investment Management Ltd (SIML) since 1988. Monson founded and is a senior fund manager on the EquiSar Global Thematic funds and is also a senior fund manager on the GlobalSar family of balanced funds. He also manages a range of institutional global thematic equity and global balanced mandates in various regulatory jurisdictions. He had previously taken responsibility for strategy and multi asset portfolio management for Firm’s high net worth discretionary clients. Educated at Eton College and Oxford University, Monson counts classical music, economic history and country pursuits among his hobbies.

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over : 30/09/2016 - 30/09/2017
Rank 166/583 Equity - Global
Manager Return
164 James Menzies 15.8%
165 Aram Compton 15.8%
166 Guy Monson 15.8%
167 Henri Fournier 15.7%
168 John Calamos Sr 15.7%

Total Return

Month by Month Performance

Quarterly Performance

to 30/09/2017 Annual Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2017 5.8% 1.0% 2.3%
2016 15.9% -2.3% 4.8% 6.9% 6.0%

Related News

Sarasin & Partners' Monson steps back to focus on CIO role

Sarasin & Partners' Guy Monson is stepping down from his role as managing partner, to be replaced by Guy Matthews, as he seeks to increase focus on his chief investment officer duties.

Global equity income manager exits Sarasin

Head of global equities Harry Talbot-Rice has also relinquished some of his duties as he streamlines his role.

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Guy Monson: how European QE will boost emerging markets

Guy Monson, chief executive officer of Sarasin & Partners, has argued that the combination of quantitative easing (QE) in Europe and structural reforms in emerging markets is reversing his negative stance on the latter.

Fleming Family & Partners’ CIO Briggs departs

Fleming Family & Partners’ (FF&P) chief investment officer Dan Briggs has departed the firm.

Sarasin poaches £70m mandate from Henderson and Schroders

Sarasin has taken over management of the multi-manager Sequel Investments mandate run on behalf of advisers Foster Denovo and Allium Capital, after rivals Henderson and Schroders stepped back.

Bulls v bears: is false optimism bringing the ‘ice age’ closer?

Or are the bears missing a strong buying opportunity with several stock markets now trading on multi-year lows?

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