Ollie Beckett is a Portfolio Manager of European equities at Janus Henderson Investors responsible for the European Small Cap strategy. Ollie first joined Henderson as an assistant portfolio manager for European equities upon the firm’s merger with AMP Asset Management in 1998 and was named fund manager in 1999. He moved to the Global Technology Team in 2000. He left Henderson in 2003 to pursue other interests before returning to his current role with the firm in 2005.
Ollie received a BA degree (Hons) in economics and government from the University of Manchester. He has 26 years of financial industry experience.
Ollie Beckett, Fund Manager for TR European Growth Trust and Rory Stokes, portfolio manager, discuss the impact that the rise in ESG has had on the market and why it is important to look beyond ESG ratings.
Ollie Beckett, Fund Manager of TR European Growth Trust, delivers an update on the Trust and how the portfolio is positioned considering the Brexit deal. Ollie also discusses why he believes valuation and European smaller companies may benefit from a pickup in economic growth in the new year.
European equities have been largely unloved by investors for some time, Ollie Beckett, Fund Manager of TR European Growth Trust, explains why you shouldn’t be so quick to dismiss the region’s smaller companies sector.
Ollie Beckett, fund manager for TR European Growth Trust, explains why he believes European smaller companies are performing well; Ollie believes this is due to renewed investor confidence as economic data points towards a stabilisation and a positive start to 2020. Ollie also discusses the latest portfolio activity and which stocks have performed exceptionally well.
In the latest episode of Trust TV, Ollie Beckett, Fund Manager of TR European Growth Trust, tackled investor questions around Europe’s economic outlook and the consequences of further quantitative easing on the continent’s equity market.
Ollie Beckett, Fund Manager for TR European Growth Trust, discusses the latest portfolio activity, in particular how the team has chosen to stick with a value bias. Ollie also explains how a calming of tensions between the US and China could have a positive impact on European value stocks.