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“The impact of the Semi truck will be felt more broadly than ‘just’ the air we breathe and the vehicles we see on the road ..."
Investment Manager Tom Dawson discusses the impact of electric vehicles on the global oil and transport industries.
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“As Carney has indicated, the next move is very much beholden to what comes next in terms of Brexit negotiations and the economic ramifications.”
James Andrews, Director – Head of Investment Management,  comments after Bank of England raise interest rates.
 

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Your safe haven asset!...

Director-Head of Investment Management James Andrews writing in the cover story for Redmayne-Bentley's Quarterly Newsletter. 

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James Andrews
James Andrews
Director-Head of Investment Management
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Roy Kaitcer
Roy Kaitcer
Investment Manager
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Andrew Feldhaus
Andrew Feldhaus
Investment Manager
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Naeem Siddique
Naeem Siddique
Investment Manager
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Thomas Dawson
Thomas Dawson
Investment Manager
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Morven Whyte
Morven Whyte
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David Loudon
David Loudon
Joint Chief Executive
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Eric Spreng
Eric Spreng
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Keith Loudon
Keith Loudon
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Ian Marsden
Ian Marsden
Investment Manager
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James joined Redmayne Bentley from KPMG as its Head of Investment Management in February 2016. He holds an MBA from the University of Leeds and is a Chartered Wealth Manager with nearly 15 years’ experience within the investment industry, both in the private client and institutional fund management fields. James is responsible for investment strategy and asset allocation guidance across the firm, as well as supervising and implementing best practice in investment management and planning for the future development of the firm in his role as a senior manager. James regularly provides expert commentary for the national and regional media. In addition, he has taken part in TV and radio broadcasts to discuss issues affecting stock markets and the wider UK and global economy.

Prior to joining the firm, James was Head of Equity Research in KPMG’s Investment Advisory division and advised large corporate pension schemes on their asset allocation and investments. He also spent nearly seven years as a UK Equity Fund Manager for the West Yorkshire Pension Fund, managing around £0.5bn of UK equities, having spent his early career at Rathbone Investment Management.
Roy holds more than 35 years’ experience in the wealth management industry, having begun his career in 1980 at Henry Cook Lumsden in Manchester. He moved to Charlton Seal Dimmock in 1985, where he spent five years as an investment adviser. He also held positions as Assistant Director at Bell Lawrie White and Quilter Cheviot before moving to Brewin Dolphin. 

Roy is an experienced media commentator, having participated in live TV and radio broadcasts as well as supplying comment on various companies and sectors. He was a particularly active commentator on Manchester United when it was a quoted company, resulting in appearances on Sky News, Sky Sports, BBC News and BBC Radio Five Live.
 
Andrew has around 30 years’ experience in stockbroking and investment management with several leading national firms. Andrew joined Redmayne-Bentley in 2012 and sits on the Internal Investment Committee and is the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment’s Yorkshire Branch President.
Currently he manages portfolios for private clients, pensions, charities and trusts through a variety of investment vehicles.He also has in-depth knowledge of several specialist areas including smaller companies. 

Andrew has provided market updates for a range of broadcast media, and regularly contributes to our fortnightly newsletter Equity Insight. 
Naeem joined Redmayne-Bentley in February 2014, having begun his career in 2010 with Fyshe Horton Finney working on a dealing desk. He has expertise in a wide range of areas with a particular interest in ethical investing. He has provided expert analysis for regional, national and international media on a wide variety of issues of interest to investors, including UK-listed companies, economic results and personal finance including investing for children. 

Naeem has also taken part in interviews for global broadcasters such as BBC World Service, Austrian broadcaster ORF, Tip TV, Reuters TV and the Chinese business channel CCTV2.
Tom joined Redmayne-Bentley as an Investment Manager in March 2016. Tom is a Chartered Wealth Manager and Chartered Accountant who began his career with Grant Thornton in 2006 before joining Investec in 2010, where he was a discretionary investment manager in the Leeds office.

He has provided commentary on stock markets and personal finance issues for national publications including Investors Chronicle. He holds in-depth knowledge of a wide range of areas, with particular expertise in government bonds, retail corporate bonds, fixed interest strategy, UK equities, European equities, US equities, investment trusts, infrastructure, property, hedge funds, private equity, targeted returns and other collective investment vehicles.
One of Redmayne-Bentley’s senior investment managers, Morven is a Scot who has a particular interest in managing charitable funds, while also working for private client individuals and pension funds.
 
After graduating with a Business Studies degree, Morven started working for Redmayne-Bentley in 1994. She served as President for the Securities Institute in the Yorkshire Region, and became a Trustee for St Gemma’s Hospice, Leeds in 2007, where she now chairs their Finance Committee. Morven is a trustee for the Sir George Martin Trust, and advises on a sizeable religious Order as well. She manages funds mainly on a discretionary basis and forms part of Redmayne-Bentley’s Charity Management Committee.
 
David joined the firm in 1993 after 12 years working in marketing and general management in the travel and banking industries. He qualified as a stockbroker in 1994 and qualified as a Fellow of the Securities Institute in 1995. David oversees the dealing, regulation and compliance functions of the firm. He has represented the firm and the industry as a member of various groups and is a board member of the Wealth Management Association (WMA). David is also a Trustee and the Chair of Finance and Audit for the Leeds Teaching Hospitals Charitable Foundation, one of the largest NHS-linked charities in the UK. 

David has experience in TV and radio broadcast and shares a regular three-times a week slot on BBC Radio Leeds.
Eric began his career in stockbroking in February 1978 when he joined the Edinburgh firm of Wishart, Brodie & Co and later that year he moved to the small Dunfermline firm of Torrie & Co, where he was to remain for the next 20 years. Eric was appointed as office manager at Torrie & Co in 1980 and the firm subsequently moved to Edinburgh in 1982. In 1984 Eric was elected as a member of The Stock Exchange and he was made a partner of the firm in 1989.

In 1999 Eric left Torrie & Co and opened a branch for Redmayne-Bentley back in his home town of Dunfermline. Eric is the branch manager of the Perth branch and concentrates largely on serving his bank of discretionary and advisory clients. He is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment and a Chartered Wealth Manager. Away from the office, Eric is a keen golfer, playing off a handicap of 13, a loyal fan of Dunfermline Athletic Football Club (watching them home and away), and enjoys socialising with friends.
Keith joined the Firm in 1956 after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant. He has for almost 50 years occupied a leading position in stockbroking, both regionally and nationally. Keith has received numerous accolades including ‘Yorkshire Ambassador’ at TheBusinessDesk.com awards 2013, honorary doctorate for Business Administration awarded by Leeds Beckett University in 2014, appointment as an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 2015 and was named as one of the UK’s 50 Most Influential Private Asset Managers in 2016. Keith has an unrivalled understanding of the stockbroking industry and is well-known as a fighter for the rights of private investors. 

Keith's broadcasting coverage includes TV appearances on BBC, ITV, CNBC, Bloomberg and also interviews for national and local radio.
Ian has been in financial services for the past 10 years, having begun in stockbroking before moving into investment management. He has provided expert commentary on a variety of topics, including personal finance issues, the structuring of portfolios, and has written for publications including Investment Week and Investors Chronicle.
 
His key areas of interest include UK equities, investment trusts and companies, the economy, geo-politics and politics.

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