Nils Herzing, investment professional at Germany-based Active Ownership Capital, joined the MOI Global community for The Frankfurt Conversation 2018, held at Jumeirah Frankfurt in November.
Nils discussed his firm’s active ownership approach to public equity investing, which includes applying private equity principles to improving the operations and increasing the value of public companies.
Nils also outlined his investment thesis on Schaltbau (Germany: SLT).
Nils Herzing has worked as a Manager of a German Family Office and is currently working at Active Ownership Capital. B.A. in Management, Philosophy, Art. MSc in Finance from the EBS Business School and EDHEC Business School. CFA Charterholder as of 2016.
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