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Tal Lomnitzer, CFA

Senior Investment Manager

Tal Lomnitzer is a Senior Investment Manager on the Global Natural Resources Team at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2019. He is responsible for several ESG oriented portfolios within the Global Natural Resources suite of strategies. Prior to this, he was deputy head of global resources and fund manager at Colonial First State Global Asset Management from 2011. He launched and ran various global resources and energy funds at Merchant Capital, NewSmith Capital, and ORN Capital, where he was a partner from 2010, 2007, and 2004, respectively. Tal began his career in 1998 at Morgan Grenfell/Deutsche Asset Management.

Tal received first class BA and MA degrees in economics from Cambridge University. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and several ESG accreditations including the CFA Level IV Certificates in Climate & Investing and ESG Investing as well as the UNPRI Advanced Responsible Investment Analysis Certificate. Additionally, he is certified by the Institute of Directors, currently serving as Chairman of HVH Arts a charity serving underprivileged children in London. He has 22 years of financial industry experience.

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The surprising case for natural resources

The surprising case for natural resources

Tal Lomnitzer discusses the strong demand for resources and the diversification merits of a long-term allocation to the asset class.

Investing in nuclear energy: are we at a new dawn?

Investing in nuclear energy: are we at a new dawn?

Portfolio manager Tal Lomnitzer explains green energy, and explores the challenges and opportunities in uranium, an increasingly relevant topic for ESG investors.

Natural resources – not just another supercycle
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Natural resources – not just another supercycle

In this Q&A, portfolio managers Tal Lomnitzer and Tim Gerrard respond to some key questions from investors on the natural resources sector.

In the transition to zero carbon, the resources sector is a natural fit

In the transition to zero carbon, the resources sector is a natural fit

Natural resources companies will play a key role in the transition to a low-carbon economy.

Decarbonisation: how can investors lead the charge to reaching net zero by 2050?

Decarbonisation: how can investors lead the charge to reaching net zero by 2050?

From the JHI Global Media Conference: A discussion on global efforts to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Why have copper prices reached all-time highs?

Why have copper prices reached all-time highs?

Copper prices have recently been hitting record highs. Portfolio manager Tal Lomnitzer explains why and discusses the implications.

Taking stock of the mining sector

Taking stock of the mining sector

Tal Lomnitzer discusses the drivers of change in the mining sector and why ESG credentials matter in the move towards a digitised, electrified and fossil fuel-free future.