The Investment Life of Gareth Henry

According to Gareth Henry, an executive with Fortress Investment Group, Brazil is one of the best countries in which to invest today. He first started making recommendation in 2014 when the trading environment was really on the rise. Gareth Henry has been echoed by other executives at Fortress. Henry says that Japan and Scotland are also very good countries in which to invest. Japan is a great investment country largely thanks to Abenomics, the Japanese government’s economic stimulus programs. As for Scotland, its failed 2014 independence election made for a great trading environment.

Gareth Henry first entered the professional world of numbers by attending the University of Edinburgh, where he graduated in 2000 with a B.S. in Actuarial Mathematics and Statistics. After his education, he worked for Watson Wyatt in management research for a number of years before joining the team SEI Investments as an investment manager. After a short time, he joined the money management firm, Schroders, as Director of Strategic Solutions. In 2007 he became an alternative asset manager for Fortress Investment Group.

He proved to be world-class in the role, specializing in wealth funds, pension funds, and insurance companies. By 2016 he had attained to Fortress’ Global Head of Investor Relations for Fortress Liquid Markets. During this year he left Fortress to join the investment firm Angelo, Gordon & Co, serving as its Managing Director. At this time, he was also made one of its partners. In his role as Managing Director, reports directly to the company president, Lawrence Schloss. AG & C maintains its headquarters in New York but has several offices throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia. If you are interested in forming a relationship with them or simply want more information, visit them at www.angelogordon.com.

Throughout his very impressive career in the financial industry, Gareth Henry has managed many billions of dollars in assets.

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