♦ UK Funds Management opens doors
♦ Funds under management & advice exceed $100m
♦ Employees 40
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Do you want to know what all the market movements and latest developments mean for your investment portfolio? Our CEO Angus Geddes will make sense of it all, and provide his take, in his Daily Note each morning.
The Daily Note has been a cornerstone of Fat Prophets communication with Members and clients for the past nine years. In the note Angus looks to cut through all the ‘noise’ and outlines what the daily stream of economic data, market news, political developments, stock and sector moves, means for the way he is positioning client portfolios, and what the outlook is going forward. And what it means for you as an investor.
CEO and Founder
He has a wealth of experience acquired over more than two decades in both domestic and international financial markets. Aside from running the Fat Prophets group. Angus has broad investment responsibilities within the Funds Management division, which manages close to $100 million.
Angus’s investment track record began in 1982 at the young age of 13. In 1986 he received a “highly commended“ award from the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce for increasing an initial investment of $200 to $35,000 on the world stock markets.
During his career, Angus has worked as a money market dealer in New Zealand, a financial consultant in the United Kingdom and the United States. Moving to Australia in 1996, Angus worked for five years as a stockbroker at Bankers Trust and JB Were before co-founding Fat Prophets in June 2000.
Majoring in Economics, Angus completed a Bachelor of Commerce degree at Otago University, New Zealand in1990. He is also a member of the Securities Institute of Australia having qualified for a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance and Investment in 1999.
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♦ Fat Prophets was founded in Australia by Angus Geddes, Chief Executive Officer Headquarters in Sydney, Australia ♦ Employees 2
♦ Flagship Fat Prophets Australasian research commences ♦ Subscribers exceed 1,000 for first time
♦ Greg Smith UK Managing Director joins ♦ Patrick Ganley, Chief Operating Officer joins ♦ Fat Prophets Mining launches ♦ Subscribers exceed 2000 ♦ Employees 5
♦ UK office opens at Fleet Street, London – Greg Smith appointed managing director ♦ Patrick Ganley, Chief Operating Officer joins ♦ Subscribers exceed 3000 ♦ Employees 7
♦ UK Equities research launched ♦ Subscribers exceed 5000 ♦ Employees 9
♦ Fat Prophets Funds Management Ltd launches with a $33m float of on the ASX ♦ Subscribers exceed 6000 ♦ Employees 18
♦ Australasian Investment Review (AIR) an online business magazine launched in Australia ♦ US website launched ♦ Subscribers exceed 10,000 for the first time ♦ Funds under management & advice…
♦ Euro Mining research commences ♦ Separately Managed Accounts funds management business launched ♦ Company reorganised and restructured into one holding company, Fat Prophets Pty Ltd ♦ 50% of Marcus…
♦ US office opens ♦ Global Trading report commences ♦ Funds under management & advice exceed $85m ♦ Employees 35
♦ UK Funds Management opens doors ♦ Funds under management & advice exceed $100m ♦ Employees 40
♦ British Investment Digest (BID) online business magazine launches ♦ Subscribers exceed 16,000 for the first time ♦ Funds under management & advice exceed $150m ♦ Employees 50
♦ Wealth Management launches in Australia ♦ Managed Discretionary Accounts offered for the first time on Australian equities ♦ AFSL License varied and stockbroking service launched in Australia ♦ Fat…
♦ Office opened in Auckland, New Zealand ♦ The ‘Daily Fat Chat’ email launched ♦ Weekly Fat Wrap launched ♦ Income Portfolio initiated by Australian research team ♦ Subscribers exceed…
♦ Global Opportunities Model launched by wealth management in Australia ♦ Fat Prophets Member area upgraded ♦ Subscribers exceed 20,000 ♦ Income Portfolio initiated by UK research team ♦ Subscribers…
♦ Weekly research webinars introduced for Australasian and UK Members ♦ Wealth Management offering launched in New Zealand ♦ Subscribers exceed 22,000 ♦ Employees 70
♦ Fat Prophets Global Funds product launched ♦ Fat Prophets Asia research product launched ♦ Global Mining product created with the merger of Australasian and European Mining ♦ Subscribers exceed…
♦ Fat Prophets European Equities report launched
♦ Fat Prophets Global Contrarian Fund (ASX: FPC) launched on the Australian Securities Exchange having raised $48m.
♦ Fat Prophets Public website updated ♦ Fat Prophets videoUPDATE series is launched ♦ Fat Prophets webCAST series gets rebranded
Fat Prophets holds their 2019 roadshow
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