Stock-picking finds unlikely champion in ex-Winton CIO

Matthew Beddall’s Havelock restyles value investing for the big data age

Matthew Beddall
Matthew Beddall: “The principles of value investing are timeless”

“My wife likes to remind me that I joined one up from the tea boy,” jokes Matthew Beddall, of his 17-year career with quant fund giant Winton. Beddall distils his time at Winton, nine years of which he spent as chief investment officer, as having a “ringside seat” on the quant revolution in investing.

But now he’s doing his own thing. And it’s very different.

After decades playing his part in the rise of quant domination of the investment world, Beddall has done a complete volte-face, pivoting

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