Tag: Japan
Jeff Musial

FeaturedStrength in Adversity

    On a recent trip to Japan, Burgundy’s Asian equity team travelled to what is possibly the country’s sleepiest prefecture in order to meet a manufacturer of niche construction equipment. The trip was four hours from Osaka by bus, … Read More →

Jeff Musial

Boots on the Ground

    Travel plays an essential role in Burgundy’s bottom-up investment research process. Our portfolio managers and analysts regularly travel to find new investment ideas, conduct due diligence on portfolio holdings and build expertise on the geographies where our investments … Read More →

Hayley Carr

Confessions of a Buffetteer

Burgundy is a self-described quality-value investor, but what does that really mean? What other value styles exist, and where does Burgundy fall within this sphere? Derived from a speech delivered at the London Value Investor Conference in May, the latest … Read More →

Craig Pho

Beware the Risks

In my previous post, I listed the reasons why Burgundy invests in Japan, but I also alluded to the risks that exist. Let me illustrate with the story of Olympus Corporation, a Japanese company which perpetrated a financial fraud for … Read More →