Respond to change and evolve
Since its founding in 2006, we, Darwin Capital Partners, have contributed to the management of various domestic and overseas investors with a method that consistently emphasizes research and a unique investment style based on our unique investment philosophy. We are grateful for your evaluation.
After registering as an investment advisory business under the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act in 2008, we offer investment advisory services to domestic and overseas investment managers as direct customers. Although we do not have a direct relationship with this, we have the support of various investors, including major institutional investors who are contractors with asset management companies. Therefore, we recognize that it is a business that can be established. We are developing our business in a variety of relationships, but first of all, what we are looking for is that our own management is stable over the long term. I firmly believe that there is.
We do not rely on performance fees as compensation for the services we provide as much as possible, and we aim to maintain sound management that strictly manages costs within the range of continuous income and continues. As a result, we have achieved profitability for the sixth consecutive year. On the other hand, we have a dedicated compliance department, which is completely independent of the research department that provides advice as an investment advisor. In addition to complying with laws and regulations, we have established and adhered to stricter internal compliance-related regulations.
Abenomics, which started off spectacularly with the inauguration of the second Abe administration in December 2012 and the appointment of BOJ governor of the Bank of Japan in March of the following year, was a great tailwind for at least Japan’s financial markets over the next three years. It was However, the environment surrounding the stock market is changing, as the global monetary policy, which was largely monetary easing, has been disturbed, and the effect of portfolio rebalancing due to Abenomics has come to a round. Doing.
DarWin Capital Partners Co., Ltd.
CEO Takafumi Sahoda