Take a journey through all things important to bottom-up, long-term, disciplined investing…

Welcome to the Art of Boring podcast where we provide a deeper dive into Mawer’s investment philosophy, thinking, and decision-making in order to help you become a more informed investor. 


Your host:

Cameron Webster, Institutional Portfolio ManagerCameron Webster, CFA, MBA
Institutional Portfolio Manager

Cam likes to think and act long-term. He has broad experience in the capital markets over his 20+ years as an analyst, portfolio manager, and client service professional. When not thinking about markets and investing, Cam trains and participates in other “boring” and disciplined activities such as ultra-endurance races—marathon, triathlon, one-day 300+km bike rides.


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The competitive advantage of high performing teams | Vijay Viswanathan | EP06

Vijay Viswanathan, Mawer’s Director of Research, on the key characteristics of high performing investment teams.

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Supersize me: Province of Alberta goes large and issues first-time benchmark euro-denominated bond | James Redpath | EP05

James Redpath (JR), Mawer fixed Income portfolio manager, answers why the Alberta government issued a benchmark euro-denominated bond—four to five times the average deal size in Canada—and what it may mean for the Canadian debt market.

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Quarterly Update | 1Q 2018 | EP04

This episode features insights from the past quarter (1Q18) by Greg Peterson, Portfolio Manager of Mawer’s Balanced and Global Balanced strategies.

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Moneyball and automation: introducing "The Lab" | Justin Anderson | EP03

Features the investment insights of Justin Anderson, leader of “The Lab,” where Mawer applies new technologies to garner an investment edge and automation to streamline the investment process.

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China Observations | Peter Lampert | EP02

Features the investment insights of Peter Lampert, Mawer Emerging Markets and International Equity portfolio manager, from his research trip to China.

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