UK Value & Income
We are long-term value investors who believe that short-term factors prompt many market participants to overreact to news which may have little or no impact on the true value of a company. This causes share prices to diverge from the intrinsic value of the underlying business and provides an opportunity for long-term investors to purchase shares at an attractive discount. This builds in a margin of safety but also provides meaningful long-term total return potential through both dividend income and capital appreciation.
A long, proven heritage
Nick Purves, Ian Lance and John Teahan have a long-established investing partnership and between them have more than seventy years of experience. During this time, they have encountered a variety of investing cycles, which helps the team to remain committed to their investment discipline during periods when value investing falls out of favour. All of their strategies follow the same approach, which aims to position the portfolio to whichever parts of the market look most undervalued, based on the team’s judgements about long-term intrinsic value.
Intrinsic value estimates
We value businesses by estimating their long run earnings potential. This helps us avoid companies which appear cheap but are, in reality, at the top of a cycle or in structural decline. Conversely, we are attracted to businesses suffering a temporary dislocation but where we believe earnings, and therefore the share price, are likely to recover in the future. For this value to be realised the opportunities must also have strong balance sheets and capable management.
Stewardship Report 2021
In this report we strive to deliver a clear picture of our stewardship activities for the past year, from our various corporate engagements and our voting record, to an insight into our collaborations with other investors. We also seek to illustrate the risks, exposures and challenges faced by the stocks we hold on your behalf and the material sustainability risks at a portfolio level.
Value investing in the current market environment
Ian Lance explores the empirical evidence as to why investors should rebalance to value stocks.
John Teahan reflects on the need for oil companies to become part of the conversation.
Ian Lance reflects on how market trends from the past forty years may be considered an exception rather than the 'norm' and its future impact on trends going forward.
Meet the team
Ian joined Redwheel in August 2010 as a Partner and Fund Manager in the UK Value team with fellow colleague Nick Purves from Schroders.
Nick joined Redwheel in August 2010 as a Partner and Fund Manager in the UK Value & Income team.
John joined Redwheel in 2010 as Portfolio Manager and Partner within the Redwheel UK Value & Income team.
Larry started his career at Redwheel in 2010 supporting the Sales team and now makes up one-fifth of our Redwheel UK Value & Income Team as an Analyst.