Bridgehouse launches retail version of Greystone pooled fund Toronto-based Bridgehouse Asset Managers is launching a retail version of a, institutional global equity growth portfolio through the firm’s partnership with Regina-based Greystone Managed Investments Inc.
The Bridgehouse Independent Platform Offers Access to Greystone Growth Portfolio Based on Established, Top-Ranked Institutional Mandate Bridgehouse Asset Managers is expanding its partnership with Greystone Managed Investments Inc. with the launch of the Greystone Global Equity Fund.
Charles Brandes: 4 potential ways to make money from value investingBrandes LP Founder and Chairman Charles Brandes provides 4 pieces of advice for value investors.
Asset manager launches scholarship programBridgehouse Asset Managers launches the fifth annual Bridgehouse Scholarship Program. The scholarship, which promotes understanding of investor behaviour, is open to young Canadians aged from 18 to 22.
Bridgehouse accepting applications for annual scholarship programToronto-based Bridgehouse Asset Managers is encouraging financial advisors to spread the word about its annual scholarship program for post-secondary students as it launches the fifth edition of the program.
From turmoil comes opportunityBrandes LP’s Luiz Sauerbronn (Director, Investments Group) discusses potential opportunities in emerging markets.
Bridgehouse Asset Managers Announces Mutual Fund Risk Rating Change Bridgehouse Asset Managers announces a change to the risk rating of the Brandes Global Opportunities Fund and the Brandes Global Balanced Fund.
Value investor Charles Brandes stands his groundWhile recent history may have favoured growth over value, Charles Brandes, founder of Brandes Investment Partners, remains committed to his principles.
One of Canada’s best-known money managers predicts sideways markets for yearsAn eye for dividends and a hefty dose of patience are vital equipment for anyone looking to navigate today’s directionless stock markets, according to Kim Shannon, President and CIO, Sionna Investment Managers.
Going Small-Cap Overseas Takes PatienceInternational small-caps can hold opportunities, but investors must be prepared to hold on for the long term, says Luiz Sauerbronn, director of investments at Brandes LP.