New resources and looking ahead

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Good morning,

It continues to be busy at Cambridge, with team members all over the globe visiting companies. This week Brandon is in Japan, Greg in Japan and Australia, Authi in New York, Ian in San Diego, Kam attending a conference in the GTA, and Steve in the UK and Germany.  So I thought I would seize this rare opportunity to author a blog post.

My goal for this week’s blog is two-fold.  Firstly, to update you on a number of new resources which have come out recently:

  • Brandon recently released a video explaining the Cambridge Philosophy (ENGLISH / FRENCH).  Those of you who know us well will understand how important it is in everything we do.  For those of you who have not heard Brandon speak, it will allow you to hear directly from him why our philosophy is so important as a guidepost for our firm.
  • The old version of our Team Profile focused on Brandon, Bob, Greg and Steve.  Though the PMs remain key players, in our new version we wanted to draw attention to our growing team, as Cambridge's ability to cover the globe, navigate fixed income markets and communicate with our clients have all been enhanced.
  • Greg’s Cambridge Growth Companies Corporate Class fund has received a lot of attention lately in the press (Morningstar and Monthly Review ENGLISH / FRENCH).  He has also published “Deep dive on the small and mid-cap suite (ENGLISH / FRENCH), which provides additional details to help you understand how he approaches small and mid-cap investing using a Cambridge lens.
  • On September 6th, Stephen was on BNN.  He discussed a number of companies, and in hearing his commentary, we think you will gain a greater understanding of how the Cambridge Philosophy is applied as we make investment decisions.

Secondly, on behalf of the team, I would like to thank you for your feedback.  We do our best to integrate it and deliver the timely, relevant materials and updates you need.  As we look ahead into 2018, please feel free to reach out to me directly at with your ideas for continued improvements to client communications, as well as suggestions for blog and videos topics.


Joe German
VP, Business Development

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