Investing in Small and Mid Caps with Manny Pohl

Toowoomba, Ipswich, Gold Coast and Ballina/Byron Bay
08 July 7:15 AM - 10 July 6:00 PM 2014

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Morgans is delighted to host a series of seminars with fund manager Dr Manny Pohl to provide insight into his approach to investing in small and mid cap companies and promote the initial public offer of his new listed investment company, Barrack St Investments.

About Manny

Dr Manny PohlDr Manny Pohl has a long history and successful track record in investment management. Manny was appointed as the founding managing director of Hyperion Asset Management Limited in 1996 and was instrumental in growing this business to over $3 billion funds under management and leading it to numerous investment awards.

In 2012 he exited that business to form a boutique investment management business which is the investment manager of another listed investment company, Flagship Investments Limited (ASX: FSI). Flagship's first public offer was at $1.00 per share in 1998 and it has paid an interim and final dividend every year since inception, totalling 92.4 cents (excluding franking credits - with the exception of one dividend, all dividends paid by Flagship have been fully franked). In addition, the net asset value per Flagship share as at 31 May 2014 was $1.777.

Manny and his team also continue to manage a number of individually managed accounts on behalf of high net worth clients applying the same investment philosophy as that proposed for Barrack St Investments.

Below is an interview Peter Switzer conducted with Manny on the 3rd June, 2014 on Sky Business:

Event details and RSVP

Seminars will be held in Toowoomba, Ipswich, Gold Coast and Ballina/Byron Bay. For more details and to RSVP click on the relevant event listing below:

  • Toowoomba - 8th July 2014 (7.15am)
  • Ipswich - 8th July 2014 (12.15pm)
  • Gold Coast - 8th July 2014 (5.30pm)
  • Ballina/Byron Bay - 10th July 2014 (12.15pm)
  • Ballina/Byron Bay - 10th July 2014 (5.30pm)
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