Next Funds Manager
Nick Guidera – Portfolio Manager
Nick Guidera is a Portfolio Manager at Eley Griffiths Group with over 12 years of financial market experience. Nick joined Eley Griffiths in September 2016 after 6 years at the global equity research house CLSA, in both analytical and research sales roles in the US & Australia. Prior to financial markets Nick spent 4 years as a practicing lawyer. Nick holds a Bachelor of Laws & Graduate Certificate of Legal Practice from University of Technology and a Master of Financial Management from the Macquarie Graduate School of Management.
Meet the Manager
Please join us for the next Meet the Manager session where a prominent fund manager will provide a succinct overview of market themes, trends and insights followed by an interactive Q&A.
To book into one of our upcoming sessions see available sessions in the form.
Each Fund Manager will discuss:
- 3 favourite stocks they are watching
- Their outlook on the market
- Market moves that excite them
This is a live and interactive online session, and participants are encouraged to ask questions. Joining only requires an internet connection. Don’t miss out, spots are limited – This is a FREE event.
Stephen Wood Eiger Capital
Stephen is co-founder of Eiger Capital and Senior Portfolio Manager for the Eiger Australian Small Companies Fund. Prior to establishing Eiger Capital, Stephen was the lead portfolio manager of the UBS Australian Small Companies Fund, which he ran since 2006.
Harley Grosser Capital H Management
Harley Grosser founded Capital H Management in June 2018, following stints in analyst roles with both Bligh Capital and the New Zealand-based Pie funds. For the past decade, Mr Grosser has held a keen interest in small and micro-cap stocks, and his flagship Inception Fund has an open mandate to invest across the full spectrum of the microcap sector.
Robert Miller NAOS Asset Management
Robert Miller is a portfolio manager at the boutique and award-winning investment firm NAOS Asset Management. NAOS differentiates itself by providing pure exposure to industrials and diversification for investors who are over exposed to the big 4 banks, diversified miners and large retailers that make up the bulk of the ASX top 20.