With more than 100 years of collective industry experience - decades in which the world and investment landscape have transformed and continue to evolve, we have aimed to drive long term performance by analysing and understanding the current drivers of performance.
Purposeful Investor Alignment
Our core purpose is to deliver consistant returns and high quality service - aligning with how investors are thinking in new ways about how their capital is handled.
Culture of Independent Thought
Martello was designed to be different; thinking and acting independently throughout the investment process.
A different outcome requires a different starting point and for us that starting point is independent thought. We think differently when selecting and managing investments. We are guided by experience, observation and application of a rules-based approach broadening traditional academic investment theory.
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Martello Asset Management Limited (Martello) was established in Jersey in 2019.
We are a new, independent investment management business, bringing together plenty of 'hands-on' experience from the investment mangement world, both in terms of managing investments - and also successfully building and running a financial services business. We believe this combination of skill sets provides the bedrock upon which we are able to understand our client's investment needs and to deliver relevant and successful investment solutions for them.
Martello is regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission.
Market Commentary - Concerns over valuations and disappointing economic data were overlooked as ‘FOMO’ gripped markets – it is becoming challenging to buy certain stocks as stretched technicals and narrowing market breadth point to another period of complacency.
1 September 2020
Market Commentary - Equity markets gave up some ground in September, with negative returns from most regions. The world equity index slipped –3.42% during the month but still remains at +8.05% for the third quarter (in $ terms).
1 October 2020
1 November 2020
Market Commentary - October was a negative month for equity markets as unsettling conditions spooked investors. The US election is days away, and frantic, last minute campaigning is producing uncertainty.