Gareth Henry: Background and Career

Gareth Henry is a force to reckon with in the alternative asset investment industry. After graduating from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland in 2000 where he studied actuarial mathematics, Gareth Henry joined Schroders, an investment management group. He worked for Schroders for a few years before moving to the United States in 2007 to join another global alternative asset investment group called fortress investment group.

Due to his success in the business, Gareth Henry has risen through the ranks of America’s top investment management group to be the current managing director of the firm. In this position, Henry is responsible for the firm global marketing overseeing its marketing in Europe, the Middle East, and other overseas branches. He is also in charge of wealth, pension and insurance both in the United States and other overseas relations. In 2016, Gareth Henry joined Investor Relations as their Global Head a position in which he is responsible for the management of sales made by the firm. Investment Relations is responsible for creating channels that increase the capital between the firm and other institutions. Using the skills he has acquired over the years, Gareth has helped the firm expand its reach as well as increasing its growth.

In general, Gareth has helped raise and increase the capital of Fortress investments through hedgefund, investments holding, private credit, and private equity. He is experienced in international relations and helped make international moves all over Asia, the United Kingdom, the Middle East, and other European countries. For Investment Relations, Gareth Henry managed over 4 billion dollars in a hedge fund.

Gareth Henry on Quantitative Investing. He has, as the manager and partner of Angelo, Gordon, and Co, raised over 4.5 billion and in 2017, he raised, through credit and real estate products, over 2.5 billion dollars.

Before he joined Schroders, Gareth Henry worked for SEI investment in 2004 as an investment manager, where he was in charge of pension funds, insurance, and consultation and management services. Before that, he was an analyst with Watson Wyatt management research team. He worked with them for a while then joined the Global investment management team till 2004 when he joined Schroders.

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