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Our People

Across the firm, we hire individuals who take ownership of their careers and demonstrate a drive to excel. We then provide them with an environment that offers challenges and responsibility, but the rest is up to them.

Everything we do at Orbis is driven by our culture, but its stewards are equally important. Our firm is a reflection of our people, and in the videos below, some of them tell the story in their own words.

The professionals here come from a range of backgrounds and countries, and work in a range of roles and locations. Some have been with Orbis for years; others joined only months ago. Each of these profiles should give you a window into our firm, the kind of people we attract, and what drives them to excel for our clients.

Ian Noetzel - Legal

Matthew Furr - Risk Management

Simon Skinner - Equity Analyst

Graeme Forster - Portfolio Management and Construction

Thomas Szychowski - Fund Operations

Oliver Whitehead - Technology

Alec Cutler - Director

Sam Gardiner - Technology

Angela Ordway - Administrator

Claire Gallagher - Quantitative
Analyst

Brett Moshal - Equity Analyst

Nick Purser - Currency
Research

Leighton Harris - Fund Operations

Tsukasa Tokikuni - Investment Counsellor

Anne Marwick - Business
Operations

Allan Gray - Founder

Matthew Gaarder - Legal

Michael Luber - Business Analyst

Henry Allen - Investment Counsellor

Povilas Dapkevicius - Equity Analyst

Dan Brocklebank - Equity Analyst

Craig Bodenstab - Investment Counsellor


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