What we do

Brompton Asset Management is a young investment management firm staffed by experienced people committed to offering investors outstanding risk-adjusted returns over the long term.

The firm is headed by John Duffield and senior colleagues who worked with him in his previous fund management companies, Jupiter Asset Management and New Star Asset Management.

We offer discretionary investment management for mutual fund investors, private clients and institutions and we offer direct real estate investment services.

Within our multi-asset business, we aim to provide investors with sound and sustainable returns through investing in a broad range of asset classes from equities, bonds and commercial property through to alternative investments such as commodities and hedge funds.

Our real estate investment team takes a core plus approach to investing clients’ capital in investment strategies aimed at producing attractive risk-adjusted returns in international markets. The team builds relatively-conservative real estate portfolios offering stable and growing income returns and opportunities for value creation.

As a young firm, we have built a range of services designed to meet the needs of today’s investors. We have also supported our fund management team by recruiting talented people in such areas as customer service and administration.

Brompton’s limited liability partnership enables our staff to share in the success of the business so that we share the same goals. Our aim is to build Brompton as a dynamic business focused on providing healthy risk-adjusted returns for investors and satisfying their needs for efficient service.

Treating customers fairly

Brompton Asset Management LLP is committed to treating customers fairly on a consistent basis in everything the firm does in accordance with the Financial Conduct Authority’s principles for business. This philosophy is embedded in our culture, systems and controls and overseen by our senior management team. We aim to treat customers fairly throughout the product life cycle.