Cookie Policy

We have placed cookies on your device for this site to work correctly and to help improve the user experience. If you click on 'OK' we will continue to store cookies on your device enabling you to benefit from the site's full functionality. You can change your cookie settings at any time using your browser. For more information on this and our cookie policy please refer to the cookie section in our Legal Statement.


Investment Capabilities

  • 1
    What do they do? »
  • 2
    Where are they located? »

Performance Analysts

What do they do?

A culture centred on individual accountability relies on a dedicated and robust performance evaluation capability, and our team of performance analysts aims to serve the needs of both internal and external users of performance information. Its goal is to transform data into information that helps us to thoroughly assess past decisions and improve future ones. Detailed performance analysis helps us evaluate the decisions made at every stage of our investment process. Based on this information, we are able to continually refine and improve our investment process, as well as to identify, reward and retain talented decision-makers, and to hold the firm accountable to its clients.

All performance attribution systems have been developed in-house, rather than purchased off the shelf, and are optimised to provide a great degree of flexibility. We also maintain our own in-house fund accounting systems even though we have an external administrator who is the official accountant and valuation agent. We therefore have all of the data necessary to carry out highly precise transaction-based analysis.

Performance Analysts

Where are they located?

The majority of our performance analysis team is located in Bermuda but the team also has a small presence in Wimbledon.

 Notice - this site is optimised for desktop use.

Thank you for visiting the Orbis website. Please note that some functionality on tablets and smartphones may be limited as the site was developed for desktop use.