It was a family decision.
Over ten years ago, Nicholas Forman Hardy and his relatives weren’t impressed by what private stockbrokers had to offer. Where, they wondered, was the attentive and knowledgeable service? And where were the attractive returns?
The family thought they could do better. And, as it turned out, they could. Much better. Initially only for themselves: managing their affairs by selecting innovative investment professionals – with great track records – to run their portfolios on a multi-manager basis.
But friends then expressed an eagerness to get involved. Which, of course, is a polite way of saying they wanted a piece of the action. So, inevitably, T. Bailey ceased to be a family-only concern. And so the Nottingham-based investment boutique specialising in fund of funds was born.
To this day, the family, our fund managers, our staff and our investors continue to have their money invested by the same people in the same T. Bailey funds. And reap the same rewards.
In other words, we practice what we preach here at T. Bailey. Having our fortunes bound to those of our investors focuses our minds wonderfully.
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