At Jarislowsky Fraser, our investment process adheres to a disciplined, team-based approach, providing consistent, long-term investment returns with minimal risk.
For close to 60 years, we have built a solid reputation, adhering to a time-tested investment philosophy and process that has weathered countless market cycles.
Our entrenched team-based approach — from the leadership of our Executive Committee to the rigour of our Global Investment Team and Investment Strategy Committee — underpins proven fundamental research and conservative investment strategies.
Our investment process relies on fundamental, bottom-up security analysis.
Before we consider any investment, our analysts conduct extensive due diligence on each company.
The ISC, our central investment oversight body, is comprised of senior investment professionals.
Its main objective is to ensure continuity in the adherence to Jarislowsky Fraser’s fundamental,
low-risk investment philosophy and disciplined investment process.
Our team-based approach ensures collaborative decision-making and continuity within our investment process.
Our research analysts, portfolio managers and the ISC work as a team to provide
consistent, long-term investment returns with minimal risk.
Our primary goal is to grow capital for clients in a low-risk manner.
Since the inception of the firm, Jarislowsky Fraser’s investment philosophy has adhered to the belief that superior long-term performance is achieved by investing in high-quality businesses with attractive earnings prospects and reasonable valuations. Our decisions are based on fundamental research, and we have an investment horizon of over five years. Equally, we believe that strong, ethical management teams and good governance practices invariably deliver excellent long-term performance.
Our holistic approach to investment management is built upon these five key pillars:
Our research process adheres to a disciplined, team-based approach, relying on fundamental, bottom-up security analysis. Each year, our analysts conduct hundreds of face-to-face meetings with management teams worldwide.
Our research focuses on four key factors: