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Dundas' services are offered to institutional investors such as pension funds, charities and similar bodies as well as to private individuals with suitable investment experience and assets. Whether these investments are appropriate will depend upon an investor's circumstances. Some individuals may not be eligible. Dundas is not providing advice regarding the suitability of these investments. It is up to the individual investor to take appropriate advice.

The categorisation and definition of types of investors varies from country to country and can depend upon which regulatory regime applies to you. In  Australia and New Zealand, Dundas is represented by Apostle Funds Management

Past performance is not a guide to future performance and the value of investments can go down as well as up. You may not get back what you originally invested.

Dundas Global Investors is the operating name for Dundas Partners LLP, registered in Scotland, Company No.SO304023. Registered address - 41 Northumberland Street, Edinburgh EH3 6JA. Authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority, the Australian Securities and Investment Commission in Australia, and registered as an Investment Adviser with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Russell Hogan

+44(0) 131 556 2627 | russell@dundasglobal.com

Russell joined the firm at its inception, becoming Managing Partner in April 2012. He spent 17 years at Aegon Asset Management, now Kames Capital, starting as a trainee and rising to become CIO in 1995 and thereafter CEO with responsibility for £33 billion of clients' funds. 

Russell is a Fellow of the Securities Institute and holds a degree in Economics from Strathclyde University and an MBA from the Open University Business School. He attended Heriot Watt University's 'A Practical History of Financial Markets' course in 2014.