Brown Capital Management is pleased to announce that Kabir Goyal, CFA, joined the firm as Director and Portfolio Manager/Senior Analyst on the International Equity Team.
Kabir was an Associate Portfolio Manager for the Wasatch International Growth Fund since 2015 and joined Wasatch Advisors in 2012 as a Senior Equities Analyst on the international research team. Before joining Wasatch Advisors, Kabir worked as an equity analyst at Putnam Investments in Boston, focusing on international industrials and materials. He began his career at Cambridge Associates in Menlo Park, California, where he was promoted to senior associate and team leader of the associates.
In addition to the CFA certification, Kabir holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BA in computer science and economics from Pomona College. Kabir also taught English in Japan for two years.
At Brown Capital Management, we succeed because of our people. Kabir will join existing International Team members Maurice L. Haywood, CFA, and Duncan J. Evered, who together, exemplify our collaborative, research-focused culture. In addition to their combined 78 years of industry experience, the team leverages the asset management expertise of their Mid and Small Company investment team colleagues – averaging 27 years of industry experience.
“I am delighted to join Brown Capital Management – a firm that has stood the test of time for over thirty years and values its people, respects its clients, believes in its investment process and operates with the highest ethical standards,” said Kabir.
“We have been managing international strategies for nearly two decades, and Kabir is an outstanding addition to our firm. We believe that as a team, Maurice, Duncan, and Kabir are well positioned to grow and build upon our existing international investment capabilities for years to come,” says Eddie C. Brown, Founder, Chairman, and CEO.
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