Gareth Henry, an investment management expert, worked as a managing director at Fortress Investment Group. He worked from London. Since Fortress is a global investment management firm, every region the firm has expanded into has an executive in charge. Henry oversaw the financial operations carried out in Africa, the Middle East, and Europe. Due to his several years of working in his line of work, he is one of the stars in the area of financial investment management. Like any other significant individual in the world of investment, Gareth Henry did not begin a star.
After finishing his studies in actuarial mathematics, he joined Watson Wyatt. He worked at the management research department for several years. In the department is the place where his experience as a financial manager began. He later left to join Schroders, another investment management firm in U.K. From Schroders, Gareth joined Fortress Investment Group.
Gareth Henry currently works in Angelo Gordon & Co., an investment management firm. He plays a global role in the firm as a managing director. Gareth’s part also involves marketing, bringing in new clients, and innovation. He also joined Angelo Gordon & Co. as a partner. His years as a financial investment manager has helped him gather essential skills that will help further growth of this firm.
Due to his expertise, Gareth Henry can easily spot an investment opportunity in countries. As an investment manager, he knows that it is his onus to alert investors to take advantage of opportunities that present. 2014 was an election year for Brazil, and Gareth felt that many investors would benefit. He had this insight while he was working at Fortress Investment Group. Henry’s thoughts backed Mike Novogratz, an executive at Fortress.
In the same year, 2014, Gareth Henry recommended Japan and Scotland as excellent opportunities for investors. Gareth felt that Japan would continue to do well in trades with the development of Abenomics. Abenomics is an economic program that had been developed by Japan’s government under Shinzo Abe, the then Prime Minister. He also mentioned Scotland’s unrest due to the failure of its independence referendum suggesting that it would create great chances of trade and investment.