Chief Investment Officer
Mr Hall is also a Patron of the Asian Rhino Project and Sea Shepherd UK, a Director of the International Rhino Foundation and a member of the Sydney Film Festival Council.
Mr Hall has 29 years experience in investment markets. Previously he was Investment Manager of Hancock & Gore Limited, Portfolio Manager and Analyst with Mercantile Mutual Holdings Limited, Industrial Analyst with Pembroke Securities Limited, Investment Analyst with New Zealand South British Insurance Limited and a journalist with John Fairfax & Sons Limited.
Mr Hall completed the Harvard Business School Owner/President Management Program in 2003.
Mr Hall was awarded Member (AM) of the Order of Australia in 2010 for his philanthropic contributions to society and his service to the finance management industry.
Deputy Chief Investment Officer (London), Senior Portfolio Manager
Mr McDonald has been based at Hunter Hall's office in London since 2003 and focuses on the European, American and Japanese markets. As Deputy Chief Investment Officer he contributes to asset mix, capital allocation, team management and team selection decisions.
Mr McDonald has 15 years of industry experience, including six years at BT Funds Management in the positions of Japanese Electronics Analyst and US Telecoms, Telecoms Equipment and Data Networking Analyst.
Deputy Chief Investment Officer (Sydney), Senior Portfolio Manager
Mr Rabinovitz initially joined Hunter Hall in 2004 as a Portfolio Manager and later as Group Portfolio Manager. He left the company to join Thorney Investments as an Investment Manager in 2009 and returned to Hunter Hall in June 2012.
Mr Rabinovitz represented Australia in the 2009 Karate SKIF World Championships in Athens.
Dr Winn previously led the Corporate Advisory division at Capital Partners Pty Ltd, after having joined it as an Equity Analyst in 1997.Dr Winn is an Honorary Fellow of the Macquarie University Applied Finance Centre.
At Perpetual Investments Mr Bridger was responsible for managing the Perpetual Ethical SRI Fund and the Australian Sustainability Fund, a separately run mandate. During his time at Perpetual the Ethical SRI Fund was recognised by Mercer Consulting Group as the top performing Australian fund in the year to 30 June 2010 when it achieved a return of 38.2%. The fund was also awarded the Ethical Investor Fund of the Year award in 2010.
Mr Bridger is based at Hunter Hall's Singapore office.
Mr Glass was awarded a co-op scholarship at the University of New South Wales, where he completed a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance), with Merit, and a Masters of Commerce (Advanced Finance). He has completed the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program and has been awarded the CFA Charter.
Mr Zhang’s previous experience includes Investment Manager for Smartec Capital and assistant engineer in a semiconductor devices company in Shanghai.
Mr Chan’s prior experience includes servicing rating agencies and research houses, performance analysis, and investor relations.
Previously, Mr Chan was a concert cellist in Germany.
Mr Ge has seven years of experience in the Australian financial services sector; four years of which was as a research analyst with BBY Limited and three years as an equity research analyst with Bandini Investment Holdings.
Mr Ge holds a Master of Business in Finance and an MBA. He has also completed the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) program and has been awarded the CFA Charter.
Equities and Currency Dealer, Analyst
He was previously a Portfolio Administrator with particular responsibilities in unit pricing.
Equities Dealer (Australia/Asia), Analyst
He was previously a Portfolio Administrator with particular responsibilities in unit pricing, trade settlements and treasury management
Manager of Investment Systems
Mr Stephen’s previous experience includes international and Australian equity and FX dealing, portfolio analysis, financial modeling and portfolio unit pricing.