Tom started his career in investment management at HSBC James Capel in 1999. He then joined UBS Laing & Cruickshank for three years before leaving to be one of the founding partners of Cheviot Asset Management in 2006. Tom joined Vermeer Partners in 2019 as a founding partner, and manages portfolios for private clients, trusts, charities and pension funds. He is a member of the partnership's Investment Funds Committee and sits on the Nominations & Remuneration and Executive Committees. Tom graduated from Bristol University with a MEng in Mechanical Engineering and he is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Securities & Investment. Tom is a Trustee of The Vermeer Partners Charitable Trust.
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