Neil Hermon is Director of UK Equities and a Portfolio Manager at Janus Henderson Investors, a position he has held since 2013. He joined Henderson in 2002 as head of UK smaller companies. Prior to this, he served as head of UK smaller companies for General Accident Investment Management (later to become CGU plc). He began his career at Ernst & Young as a chartered accountant.
Neil received an MA (Hons) in mathematics from Cambridge University. He is an associate member of the Society of Investment Professionals (ASIP) and has 32 years of financial industry experience.
In this video, Neil Hermon, Portfolio Manager of the Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust, provides an update on the Trust highlighting the key drivers behind the consistent level of outperformance, areas where he is finding opportunities, and the factors currently driving market uncertainty.
Neil Hermon, Portfolio Manager of the Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust, deliver his AGM shareholder presentation. This presentation covers the Trust’s performance over the last financial year, portfolio activity over the period, and Neil’s outlook for UK smaller companies.
When investing in a country-specific Trust, it’s tempting to assume that the returns delivered by the underlying portfolio will only come from that domestic market. More often than not, that isn’t the case. In this video, we explain how overseas revenues can provide further diversification to a portfolio.
Neil Hermon, Fund Manager of the Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust, discusses the Trust’s recent performance, highlighting the key drivers of performance, his growth at a reasonable price investment approach (GARP), challenges in the UK market, and the Trust’s approach to ESG.
In an interview with interactive investor, The Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust fund manager, Neil Hermon, talks in more detail about the Trust, the investment process, recent portfolio activity and ESG.
Neil Hermon, Fund Manager for Henderson Smaller Companies Investment Trust, discusses the Trusts recent performance; specifically, how the Trust has outperformed its benchmark in a very challenging year. Neil also discusses latest changes in the portfolio.
For those seeking long-term, inflation beating returns, stock market investment represents one of the most accessible and compelling avenues. Dividend investing is not new but has fallen out of favour despite their historically significant role in total returns.