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Alexandra Altinger
CEO, UK, Europe, Asia at JO Hambro Capital Management

Profile

Ms. Alexandra Altinger, CFA, is a Chief Executive Officer at J.O. Hambro Capital Management Ltd. She joined the firm on September 9, 2019. She has over 25 years’ experience in the wealth and asset management industry across Europe, Asia and the US. She is a founding member of the Advisory Committee of The Diversity Project, an ambitious initiative to promote diversity across the UK financial services sector.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Altinger was CEO of Sandaire Investment Office, a UK multi-family office, from 2014 - 2017, where she led the business integration process after Sandaire acquired Lord North Street Private Office. Prior to Sandaire, she worked within the executive team of Lansdowne Partners International, helping to lead the firm’s repositioning efforts for its long-only products in global institutional markets. 

Previously, she was at Wellington Management International where she had a number of senior roles and helped lead Wellington’s European business strategy. She has also served as an Equity Research Analyst at John Hancock in Boston and has worked in Japanese equities research sales for Goldman Sachs in Tokyo and London. She started her financial career as a Proprietary Trader with Banque Nationale de Paris in Tokyo.She has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in International Economics from Université de Paris-Dauphine, Paris and is a CFA Charterholder and member of the CFA UK Advisory Council.

Agenda Sessions

  • Asset managers transformation Insight: How leaders are rethinking how to rebuild their entire business and investment processes around sustainability – organically and non-organically

    15:15