Gareth Henry went to the University of Heriot-Watt, which is located in Edinburgh, and graduated with a degree in mathematics in 2000. Gareth was picked up by a rather large firm right out of college known as Schroders, a popular global investment corporation. After building his reputation and experience, Gareth Henry traveled to the United States to take on new job opportunities, the first of which was at Fortress Investment Group. His talent in finances and investor relations were impressive enough to get him moving up the ladder at Fortress quickly and he was promoted to the managing director in just a couple of years. Gareth Henry was focused on marketing and building relations throughout the Middle East and Europe. Gareth took on the position of Head of International Relations at Fortress Investment Group as well as Angelo Gordon following 2016.
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Although he is well versed in all things finance, Gareth Henry has built a reputation for his ability to communicate and form good relationships with investors through his corporation. Gareth has taken on the position of Head of International Relations for nearly a decade at more than one company. Fortress Investment Group was able to improve their client relations in many countries around the world thanks to Gareth’s daily operations and management.
As a hedge fund manager, Gareth has done extremely well, using his mathematics background to base his own approaches and understand his best course of action statistically. Gareth is a master in risk management and can understand the challenges that come with waiting on returns. Gareth believes that having a more diverse portfolio is more important than looking for whale clients to be focused on entirely. There are pros and cons to both approaches, but Gareth points out that hedge funds tend to outperform the rest of the market when they diversify, but underperform when they don’t, even if the market is doing well.
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