Tim Guinness, Will Riley & Jonathan Waghorn

Tim Guinness served as Guinness Asset Management’s CEO and CIO since the firm’s founding in 2003. From 1999 to November 2002, he was Joint Chairman of Guinness Flight Global Asset Management Limited and Chief Executive Officer from 1997 to 1999. While at Guinness Flight (which ultimately merged with Investec Asset Management in 1998), Tim was a founding portfolio manager of the Global Equity Fund, which was established in 1985. Tim read engineering at Cambridge University and, upon graduation in 1968, completed a Master’s Degree in Management Science at the Sloan School M.I.T. in the United States.

Will Riley joined Guinness Asset Management in May 2007 and has been a member of the investment team since that date. Prior to this he spent six years with Pricewaterhouse Coopers in London, working as an equity valuation specialist within their corporate finance division. He has a Master’s degree in Geography from Cambridge University and is a qualified Chartered Accountant.

Jonathan Waghorn has 18 years’ experience in the energy sector. He was a Shell drilling engineer and worked as an energy consultant with Wood Mackenzie before becoming co-head of Goldman Sachs energy equity research in 2000. He joined Investec as co-manager on the Investec Global Energy Fund in 2008. Jonathan joined Mercuria in 2012 to build and grow an equity and fund management business before joining Guinness Asset Management in 2013.

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