About Albert Bridge Capital
Albert Bridge Capital manages concentrated long-only equity portfolios for institutional investors. The hallmark of its Alpha Europe strategy is the application of tenets of behavioural finance to a rigorous, fundamental, process-oriented research process.
That’s Benjamin Graham quoted above, as he suggested that stock selection was not merely about number crunching and valuation. If he was the grandfather of behavioural finance, then Nobel Prize winner Richard Thaler is the father, as his research spawned a new focus in economics on the importance of bias in financial markets, decision-making, and asset pricing.
Utilizing this framework, CIO Drew Dickson - a former student and research assistant for Professor Thaler - has developed the Alpha Europe process to seek behaviourally-affected, often-unconventional, differentiated, idiosyncratic ideas with asymmetric payoffs. The firm then employs capital in a portfolio concentrated in these investment opportunities.