This is where a forward-thinking worldview meets traditional asset management. Our optimistic belief in global change and human progress provides the inspiration for us to uncover facts and perform meticulous fundamental research.
Tim Guinness and Jim Atkinson share years of experience in financial management and a keen passion for understanding global transformation. They founded Guinness Atkinson on the principle that investment opportunities can be enhanced when you understand and capitalize on the global forces that are changing our lives today – and will continue to do so long into the future. Scroll through the highlights of our unfolding story:
British Invasion II
Guinness Flight Global Asset Management, Ltd. establishes a U.S. Division: Guinness Flight US.
First US Funds
Guinness Flight US launches its first US-based funds, including the China & Hong Kong Fund.
Asia Focus Fund Launched
Guinness Flight launches the Asia Focus Fund.
Investec Acquires Guinness Flight
Guinness Flight is acquired by Investec, a South African bank. The Global Innovators Fund is launched.
Guinness Atkinson Asset Mgmt. Formed
Forward-thinking, value-oriented investment managers from the London and US offices of Guinness Flight found Guinness Atkinson Asset Management.
Guinness Atkinson Asset Management assumes full management of the Guinness Atkinson Funds.
Global Energy Fund
Recognizing new opportunities in energy, Guinness Atkinson launches the Global Energy Fund.
Two New Funds
Guinness Atkinson launches the Alternative Energy Fund and the Asia Pacific Dividend Builder Fund (formerly known as Asia Pacific Dividend Fund).
As the Chinese government relaxes currency restrictions, Guinness Atkinson launches the Renminbi Yuan & Bond Fund.
New Dividend Fund
Using original analysis and methodology, Guinness Atkinson launches the Dividend Builder Fund (formerly known as the Inflation Managed Dividend Fund).
Two Guinness Atkinson Funds have converted to ETFs: the Asia Pacific Dividend Builder Fund and the Dividend Builder Fund. Click here for more information on the conversions. Click here