Van Lanschot Kempen announces departure of some of its small-cap team members
Four of its 10-strong small-cap team have decided to leave Van Lanschot Kempen Investment Management, effective 1 May, and to pursue their careers elsewhere. The continuity of the team’s investment process is safeguarded by Head of Small Cap Strategy Jan Willem Berghuis and his team of five small-cap managers, complemented by experienced sector specialists from Van Lanschot Kempen Investment Management’s other investment teams.
Jan Willem Berghuis commented: “We are sad to say goodbye to team members who have made a key contribution to the growth of our small-cap strategies. As our organisation offers talented people plenty of room to develop themselves, we typically create powerful teams with world-class capabilities. At this point, the team is fully focused on implementing our existing investment process and continuing to achieve the performance our clients expect from us.”
Specialist wealth manager Van Lanschot Kempen Investment Management has been active in small-cap investment for over 30 years. The unique investment philosophy underpinning its highly rated small-cap strategy will remain unchanged, ensuring its disciplined investment process, structured fundamental bottom-up approach and sustainability policy. Extensive engagement with management teams at investee companies, well-informed investment decisions and robust valuation models combine to create clarity and insight for all team members. This is the foundation of the team’s investment process and historical results.
Erik van Houwelingen, the member of Van Lanschot Kempen’s Management Board responsible for Investment Strategies & Solutions, observed: “We are confident that we’ll continue to create the alpha that our clients have come to expect from our 30-year track record, now and in the future. As Van Lanschot Kempen’s management, we are fully committed to our small-cap strategy and are proud of our expertise in small-cap investing. We’re currently working on getting the team back to full strength.”
Van Lanschot Kempen, a wealth manager active in Private Banking, Investment Management and Investment Banking, with the aim of preserving and creating wealth, in a sustainable way, for both its clients and the society of which it is part. As a sustainable wealth manager with a long-term focus, Van Lanschot Kempen proactively seeks to prevent negative impact for all stakeholders and to create positive long-term financial and non-financial value. Listed at Euronext Amsterdam, Van Lanschot Kempen is the Netherlands’ oldest independent financial services company, with a history dating back to 1737. To fully leverage the potential of the Van Lanschot Kempen organisation for its clients, it provides solutions that build on the knowledge and expertise across its entire group and on its open architecture platform. Van Lanschot Kempen is convinced that it is able to meet the needs of its clients in a sustainable way by offering them access to the full range of its products and services across all its businesses.
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