Equium Capital was created with the needs of today’s investor front of mind. Even with advances in technology and access to information, investors still find themselves short on answers and long on fees. As we see it, the world needs an investment product better suited to today’s complex environment, priced appropriately and delivered to clients with accountability and transparency.
Founded on five core principles, which permeate every aspect of the firm’s culture, Equium Capital consistently applies its investment process to conservatively protect and grow capital over time in a way that is fully aligned with clients. We believe a modern, best-in-class asset manager should be the embodiment of:
At Equium Capital, we believe that our success is an outcome of delivering positive results for clients while maintaining open and constructive relationships with all of our partners and stakeholders. We view these principles as integral to both long-term value creation for our investors as well as the success and longevity of our firm.
The founders of Equium Capital bring highly complementary skill sets to the combined investment process, embodying the belief that the best approach involves both top-down technical strategy and bottom-up fundamental research. In addition, we significantly value the partnership between Equium Capital and its clients and advisors, one predicated upon the virtuous circle of transparency, accessibility and accountability. We diligently strive every year to deliver consistent, risk-adjusted investment returns in a way that reflects these values and exceeds the expectations of our clients and partners.
CAMERON B. HURST
As Portfolio Manager and Chief Investment Officer of Equium Capital, Cameron’s seasoned and disciplined approach to asset allocation and portfolio strategy drives the firm’s focus on capital preservation and tactical portfolio positioning. Cameron is also the Chief Executive Officer of Equium Capital, drawing on experience as an asset management executive, global portfolio manager and noted Wall Street research analyst.
Cameron’s investment process and philosophy were developed over many years in both Canada and the US with several notable research and asset management companies. Having managed long-only portfolios at RBC Global Asset Management and Canaccord Genuity as well as hedged long-short portfolios at Barometer Capital, Cameron incorporates critical elements of both investment approaches into one cohesive investment process designed for today’s complex investing environment.
As Portfolio Manager and Head of Research, Adam’s proven, process-driven approach to fundamental company and sector analysis forms the foundation of Equium Capital’s research and stock selection process. Adam is also the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer of Equium Capital, bringing to bear his experience as an international consumer products executive and long tenure within the financial services industry.
Repeatable and consistent, Adam’s approach to long-term value creation and the preservation of capital has led to a long track record of success at some of the largest financial institutions across Canada, the US and Europe including Credit Suisse, Voya Financial and OMERS. His experience as a manager of both global & US funds in addition to a strong economic background provides the basis for a dynamic process that reflects a deep understanding of the critical investment challenges that we currently face.
As a Research Analyst, Bria supports the Investment Committee with the research and stock selection process at Equium Capital. Her primary responsibility includes bottom up fundamental research.
Bria’s deep understanding of company fundamentals stems from her strong academic background and sound industry experience. She earned her CFA charter while working as a Research Analyst at Ireland’s premier Investment Management firm. Bria is also a Chartered Accountant and draws on this expertise to better inform the investment process. Bria earned her Masters of Accounting, Magna Cum Laude, from University College Dublin.