Year: 2017

Lockhart Capital – Year End 2017

In the Lockhart Private Investment Office, we try to avoid making predictions for the year ahead. The future is essentially unforecastable, and the subsequent market reaction to events can be equally unpredictable – for example, markets rose, contrary to expectation, on both the UK Referendum result and the US Presidential election, both of which were…

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LOCKHART CAPITAL MANAGEMENT APPOINTS CHAIRMAN

Lockhart Capital Management LLP (LCM) has appointed well known finance expert Stuart Howard as Non-Executive Chairman with immediate effect. Stuart was most recently the Chief Financial Officer of SAGA, and brings a wealth of City experience and a strong track record in growing businesses with customers at their core. He is a highly respected professional…

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Boutique taps Tilney for client specialist

Lockhart Capital Management (CM) has hired Julie Paterson as a Client Services Executive from Tilney, where she worked for just over 12 years. Paterson will be based in Lockhart’s Aberdeen office, reporting to Founding Partner Bryan Innes. ‘The Aberdeen office is now up and running and open for business,’ said Jon Bowes, Chief Executive of…

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Firing Line – Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson is excited. The former one-company man is sounding like the cat that got the cream. Over the phone it is easy to hear how enthusiastic the ex-Towry investment boss is about his new venture Lockhart Capital Management.

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Lockhart Capital – Q4 2017 Outlook

Please see the below link to read Lockhart Capital Management’s Q4 2017 Outlook

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Europe Economically Strong, Needs Better Revenue Growth

The economic picture in Europe remains strong but needs to translate at a corporate level to better and more even revenue growth, says Andrew Wilson, Chief Investment Officer at Lockhart Capital Management. Speaking to Bloomberg Daybreak Europe’s Caroline Hepker and Markus Karlsson, Wilson also discusses the outlook for the UK and why he is dubious…

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