Aubrey Brocklebank Made Director at Mayar Capital


Aubrey Brocklebank, who joined Mayar Capital from Odey Asset Management in 2015, has been appointed to Mayar Capital’s board of directors.

Since joining, Brocklebank has been Senior Research Analyst for the firm’s flagship Mayar Fund, which was recently rated 5 stars by Morningstar, topping its Global Large-Cap Value Equity category for 5-year performance to 31 October 2018.

According to Morningstar data (in GBP), the Fund has returned 88.5% net of fees to investors over the past five years, compared with a category average of 52.0% and benchmark return of 59.9%.

The appointment of Brocklebank to the Board comes in response to increased interest from institutional investors. Mayar recently announced the appointment of Marc Cox as Head of Investor Relations to lead Mayar’s asset raising effort in the institutional space.

Mayar Capital’s Managing Director, Abdulaziz A. Alnaim, commented “We are enjoying significant momentum at Mayar, driven by our consistent performance. Aubrey’s promotion reflects the contribution he has made to this success and the importance that we as a firm place on detailed research on our investments. We are now of a scale to be of interest to institutional funds, and we are beginning to market to them in earnest. 2019 will be an exciting year for us.”

Mayar Fund’s (Bloomberg: MAYARFD KY) principal investment objective is to achieve long-term growth of capital by investing in equities and other securities to generate satisfactory risk-adjusted returns over the long term.


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Mayar Capital aims to generate excess returns over the long term by applying a disciplined value investing strategy across global securities markets. Mayar Capital, its subsidiaries and affiliates, provide investment advisory and asset management services to institutions, family offices, and high net-worth individuals globally.

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