MarkhamRae signs LGPS' Code of Transparency

05 Jul 2017 – MarkhamRae is pleased to be one of eight managers to have already signed the voluntary LGPS' Code of Transparency: http://www.lgpsboard.org/index.php/manager-list

Jonathan Martin at the Paris HFI Summit

15 May 2017 – MarkhamRae's CEO Jonathan Martin at the Paris HFI Summit, commenting on some of the challenges posed to investment managers as the business evolves.

Capital and Credit Risk Distribution workshop

19 Apr 2017 – 120 bankers from 40 banks across 20 countries came to our Capital and Credit Risk Distribution workshop in Jakarta earlier this month. It was a great turnout and there was lively debate. Topics covered were the evolution of Basel, credit and liquidity and also focused on how technology and Read more...

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Our Awards

MarkhamRae are proud to have been shortlisted/ won for the following awards:

Winner: Best Fixed Income Manager | HFM European Performance Awards 2016

HFM_Euro_Performance_logo.jpgMarkhamRae are delighted to have won 'Best Fixed Income Manager' for our 'Discretionary Macro Fixed Income Fund' at the HFM European Performance Awards on Thursday 21st April in London. Read more...


Highly Commended: Macro Over $500m | HFM European Performance Awards 2016

HFM_Euro_Performance_logo.jpgMarkham Rae are delighted to have to be highly commended in the Macro over $500m category for our 'Discretionary Macro Fixed Income Fund' at the HFM European Performance Awards on Thursday 21st April in London. Read more...

Key points

Discretionary Macro

Low correlation to equity and fixed income asset classes providing an uncorrelated return to traditional assets.
Focus on absolute return: capital preservation is at the heart of what we do.
Experienced team with long tenure.

Systematic Macro

Diversification – low correlation to traditional asset classes.
Innovative cross-fertilisation of techniques to profit both from trend and reversion factors.
Highly experienced team with a long history of collaboration.

Tactical Fixed-Income Relative Value

Low volatility and highly liquid.
No credit and duration neutral.
Significant negative correlation to traditional fixed income.