You will learn about how controlling emotions and behaviour helps to improve your investment results significantly. Richard Harris is a fund manager, writer and broadcaster, who appears regularly on CNBC and Bloomberg.
Richard Harris has pioneered Asian investment management at senior levels for large global and regional companies, such as JP Morgan (then Jardine Fleming), Citi, BNY Mellon – and several
startups, over the last 35 years. He is CEO of Port Shelter Investment Management, which consults to public and private Institutions, Boards and Family Offices – and he has substantial
regulatory, Board and China experience. As a consultant, his wide range of skills means that he provides significant value for money.
Richard is also a financial expert witness to the Law Courts in both Hong Kong and Singapore for civil and criminal cases. The SFC frequently appoints him to give his Opinion on legal cases. He has managed multi-asset long, derivative, hedge, and mutual funds for sovereign, endowment, institutional, pension, private and retail clients.
Richard is a prolific thinker and writer and has a weekly column in the SCMP an is published in the SCMP, Financial Times and the China Daily. He is a Presenter of Radio Television HK’s “Money
talk”; and a regular Guest Host on CNBC Asia and Europe; and Bloomberg. He was first to coin the terms “Li-onomics”, the “China Dollar” and the “Oil Shrink”.
Mr. Harris holds a First Class Honour’s degree from King’s College London, Master’s in Engineering Geology from Imperial College, London and a Master in Business Administration degrees from
Harvard Business School. He holds further certificates from Peking and Stanford Universities. Mr. Harris is an aerobatic private pilot and a rugby player of some 53 years’ standing.