Gordon Happell

Director, Portfolio Manager, Global Small Cap

Gordon Happell is a Director and Portfolio Manager in the Global Small Cap Equity team. Gordon previously worked at Henderson Global Investors, specialising in Global Technology, and Kames Capital where he was a Smaller Companies Investment Manager on the UK Equity team. Gordon has a first class honours degree in Accounting from Strathclyde University and is a CFA charterholder.

Gordon Happell is a Director and Portfolio Manager in the Global Small Cap Equity team. Gordon previously worked at Henderson Global Investors, specialising in Global Technology, and Kames Capital where he was a Smaller Companies Investment Manager on the UK Equity team. Gordon has a first class honours degree in Accounting from Strathclyde University and is a CFA charterholder.

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