General Investing >> Money Manager Interviews >> January 23, 2015
Buying Income Within a Margin of Safety
Robert Hordon, CFA, has been Portfolio Manager of the First Eagle Global Income Builder Fund since its inception in 2012, and he joined First Eagle Investment Management in 2001 as a Risk Arbitrage Analyst, covering a wide range of event-driven investments. In addition to his portfolio management duties, he is currently a senior analyst on the First Eagle Global Value Team, which he joined in 2008. Prior to joining First Eagle Investment Management, Mr. Hordon worked in the equity research department of Credit Suisse First Boston. Mr. Hordon received a B.A. in politics from Princeton University and his MBA from Columbia Business School. Profile
Edward Meigs, CFA, has been Portfolio Manager of the First Eagle Global Income Builder Fund since its inception in 2012, and he joined First Eagle Investment Management in September 2011 as a Portfolio Manager of the First Eagle High Yield Fund. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Meigs was a portfolio manager of the Dwight High Yield strategy at Dwight Asset Management Company LLC. Previously, he spent four years at Mount Washington Investment Group as a high yield portfolio manager. Prior to that, he served as Vice President at Falcon Asset Management. Mr. Meigs began his career at Wheat First as a credit analyst. Mr. Meigs received his A.B. from Occidental College and his MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. Profile
TWST: Please start by telling us about First Eagle Investment Management.
Mr. Hordon: First Eagle Investment Management is a privately held firm. We have approximately $100 billion in