Troy Asset Management was established in 2000 by the late
Lord Weinstock and named after his 1979 Epsom Derby winner.
The company was founded on the premise that many investors
were disillusioned with the focus of the investment management
industry on relative returns - benchmarking against stock markets
rather than focusing on absolute returns. Lord Weinstock's
objective was to create a fund management business for
investors who shared his philosophy.
Since then, Troy has pursued this approach to investing,
and combined it with a transparent fee structure.