We are active, contrarian investors and we have been working to create long-term value for institutional investors since 1990. But you may not have heard of us, and there’s good reason for that.
Until recently, our funds were limited to institutions, pensions and high-net worth individuals. They’re now available to UK retail investors via intermediaries.
With a strong belief in independent financial advice and our proven track record of success, we hope to make a significant difference for your clients soon too.
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Orbis Investments: How to make sure you receive value
Dec 3, 2019
The high fees paid to active asset managers have captured the attention of regulators in recent years. Most recently, in February, the Financial Conduct Authority’s chief executive, Andrew Bailey, told a parliamentary committee that the fund management industry had failed to pay sufficient attention to costs, instead focusing only on investment returns. more...
How to deal with an erratic business partner
Nov 11, 2019
Say you own a small stake in a company. Every day, one of your partners tells you what he thinks the business is worth, and he offers to buy your stake or sell you another on that basis. Sometimes his idea of value seems justified by the company’s prospects. But other times, his excitement or fears run away with him, and the value he suggests seems little short of silly. more...
Orbis Investments: Man and machine: mapping risk better together
Oct 14, 2019
In Above-average companies, below-average prices, we walked through valuation and fundamental measures for the Global Equity Strategy, highlighting a few “clusters” of ideas. We believe that perspective is important. To assess a portfolio’s return prospects, looking at fundamental and valuation metrics is vital. But to assess a portfolio’s risk, another angle is also useful: how our holdings behave. more...
Orbis Investments: When expectations and reality diverge
Oct 11, 2019
On July 17th, something odd happened in the stock market. Netflix released its quarterly results, reporting that revenue had grown by a whopping 26% year-on-year. That is equivalent to doubling revenues every three years, and it puts Netflix squarely among the fastest-growing 10% of companies globally. But stranger things have happened than Netflix growing quickly. Almost immediately, the company’s stock fell more than 10%. more...
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Our unique refundable fee structure is designed to align our interest with investors.
This means that investors only pay when the Orbis funds outperform their benchmark(s), and if they don’t beat their benchmarks, we also refund fees at the same rate.