When you have been in the financial markets for more than 100 years, you learn a thing or two. And when you have been in absolute return for 18 years, you learn a thing or two more.
So it is with Stenham, whose heritage stretching back to 1901 has not stopped the London-headquartered firm making large and important business and investment decisions at key moments – and not living to regret the decision once made.
Harry Wulfsohn, director at Stenham Advisors, the research division of the group,
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