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Thomas See

Thomas See

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About Thomas See

Thomas See has over two decades of investment experience. He initially joined Schroders' investment banking division in 1988 where he worked in structured investments, project financing, tax and property financing, until the investment bank was sold to Citibank in 2000. Thomas re-joined Schroder Investment Management in 2005 to build the open ended structured funds business. He served as the head of Structured Fund Management and had responsibility for the Schroders Maximiser range of funds until his departure from the firm in 2016. Thomas holds a BA Hons, MA and PhD in Engineering from Cambridge University and he is currently based in London.

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Citywire Rating: Not Eligible

Thomas See does not currently have the required track record to be eligible for a Citywire Rating. See methodology

2011

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2012

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2013

  • JRated A in Jan 2013
  • FRated A in Feb 2013
  • MRated A in Mar 2013
  • ARated A in Apr 2013
  • MNot rated in May 2013
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  • NRated Plus in Nov 2013
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2014

  • JRated Plus in Jan 2014
  • FRated Plus in Feb 2014
  • MRated Plus in Mar 2014
  • ARated Plus in Apr 2014
  • MRated Plus in May 2014
  • JRated Plus in Jun 2014
  • JRated Plus in Jul 2014
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  • NRated Plus in Nov 2014
  • DRated Plus in Dec 2014

2015

  • JRated Plus in Jan 2015
  • FRated Plus in Feb 2015
  • MRated Plus in Mar 2015
  • ARated Plus in Apr 2015
  • MRated Plus in May 2015
  • JRated Plus in Jun 2015
  • JRated Plus in Jul 2015
  • ARated Plus in Aug 2015
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2016

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