Investment analyst concentrating on (and working in) non-U.S. markets. Favors bottom-up fundamental analysis but recognizes the necessity to apply a robust macro-overlay given linkages of markets, myriad crises and dynamic global economic environment. Sector concentration has been on those attached to emerging market themes, namely the commodities space.
Les Nemethy has more than 20 years of experience in M&A, investment banking, Private Sector Development and law. As an Undersecretary of State for Hungary, Les Nemethy managed all transactions occurring in the Hungarian Privatization Agency. He was responsible for a staff of 150 and approximately $1 billion of annual privatisation revenues. As a Senior Private Sector Development Specialist at the World Bank, Les Nemethy worked throughout the world developing privatisation programs, reforming regulatory structures and attracting investment capital to sectors including heavy industry, mining, energy, telecommunications, transportation, and capital markets. In addition to his privatisation experience, Les Nemethy also served as CEO of the second Hungarian telecom operator, Matel Ltd., which today is Invitel. In 1999 Les Nemethy founded Euro-Phoenix and has since managed transactions in nearly every Central and Eastern European country. Les Nemethy holds degrees in Law, Economics, Political Science and a Masters of Business Administration from leading universities in Canada. Les Nemethy recently completed a term as President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Hungary, and has written and spoken extensively on the subject of national competitiveness. He speaks English, Hungarian, French, Russian, German and Spanish.
25 years experience in diversified posts including human resources,I&E,corporation strategy & planning,operation & improvement,M&A beween JVs and SOEs in a leading Chinese nonferous metals group . B.A and Master of Management Engineering.
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- My goal is to come up with mechanical, emotionless momentum growth and dividend growth strategies that reduce risk and volatility, and enhance my return. The momentum growth strategy for long term retirement $, and the dividend growth for now and later.
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