Bridgeport President and CEO John Fisher explains how they created a truly diversified solution for HNW investors, offering institutional quality exposure to niche private debt strategies.
From struggling tech stocks to plummeting oil prices, 2018 had no shortage of investment-related news. What’s next? John Fisher and a couple of other asset managers provide their commentary. Details found here →
Mark Yestrau, director of wealth management at Bridgeport Asset Management, joins BNN Bloomberg for what happened in the markets on Thursday November 15th. Watch the video →
John Fisher, president and chief investment officer at Bridgeport Asset Management, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss Turkey's financial crisis and other markets where he's looking for opportunity. Watch the video →
John Fisher, president and chief investment officer at Bridgeport Asset Management, joins BNN Bloomberg to discuss Brideport's investment strategy and where he's seeing value in the Canadian and U.S. markets.
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While the Canadian economy is still struggling with oil’s rapid descent, there are many advisors out there who weren’t surprised by last year’s calamity. John Fisher, the founder of Bridgeport Asset Management, was one of them – Bridgeport avoids investing in the oil & gas industry, preferring instead to focus on more stable sectors such as healthcare. Since founding Bridgeport in 2007 after making his name at Clairvest Group, Fisher has led the company from strength to strength by following an investment criteria that prioritizes predictable earnings, robust profit margins and a reliable return on invested capital.
John Fisher believes in putting his money where his client is. Called “eating your own cooking” in industry parlance, it is intended to inspire investor confidence that he will be sure to act in their best interest. It’s a practice that helped Mr. Fisher launch his boutique investment firm, Toronto’s Bridgeport Asset Management Inc.