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Philip Rodrigs

Philip Rodrigs

About Philip Rodrigs

Philip Rodrigs was born in June 1981 in Karlsruhe, West Germany. He attended Oxford University where he studied Economics and Management, graduating from Oxford in 2002, and later that year he joined INVESCO as a trainee fund manager. After a year of training he joined T Rowe Price as a pan European equities analyst where he worked for two years. In 2005 he joined Investec as a small-Cap analyst. He was promoted to small-cap manager in 2006 and is lead manager on the Investec UK Smaller Companies Fund. He is a small-cap expert, basing his investment decisions on the unique 4Factor process. When not in the hectic world of fund management he enjoys holidays with activities ranging from skiing to scuba diving.

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