Edward Tarpin likes fishing, beer and small caps with healthy balance sheets. He can usually be found somewhere in between a 10Q and a 10K, and is the go to guy for risk management driven portfolio construction.
Richard Schwarz is a veteran analyst in the small cap space, with a particular focus on the development stage biotech sector. He is a native of Canada, and attended NYU before working for a host of big name pharma outfits.
Mary Holland is a graduate of the London School of Economics, and holds a BSc in Corporate Finance. She worked as an accountant at a top five law firm in London for 15 years before quitting the legal space to manage her own portfolio. She is published in a number of top print publications, and specialises in emerging miners.
James Peters has spent the last decade constructing algorithms designed to identify small cap opportunities with a favourable risk profile. He was educated in Paris, France, and now lives with his wife and two children in Manhattan.
Jack is a native Brit, but that’s where the affiliation ends. Raised in Ohio, Jack studied English Literature and History at Ohio State University. He works as an independent research analyst with a biotech specialty, and manages a compact, junior biotech fund – ultra long, low risk (where possible), medium to long focus.