Matt Joass, CFA is the Chief Investment Officer of Maven Funds Management, a Sydney based investment manager that seeks to find the big dominant businesses of tomorrow while they are still small and underappreciated, and then hold on for the growth journey.

Matt has appeared as an expert guest on CNBC Asia and Sky Business and contributed to the Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian Financial Review.

Matt’s ideal investment is a small, fast-growing business, that is capital-light, with demand- and supply-side competitive advantages, high returns on incremental invested capital, little analyst coverage, deeply aligned management (typically founders), and that are top-dogs or first-movers in an emerging and important industry. Last but by no means least, the company must be trading at a discount to Matt’s estimate of intrinsic value.

If you think you have found such a business and would like to discuss it please get in contact

Originally from New Zealand, Matt moved to Australia from chilly Copenhagen, where he had been working as a financial analyst in the headquarters of an international shipping giant. Matt is a big supporter of investor education and during his time in Denmark he co-founded the Copenhagen Investment Club, a fortnightly meeting of like-minded value investors. He believes that the best asset of an individual investor is a long-term focus and he is always keen to take part in an open-minded investing discussion.

Matt has also worked for a fast-growing telecommunications company in New Zealand and has trained in New York and India. He is a holder of the Chartered Financial Analyst designation as well as an Honours degree in International Business from the University of Auckland. When not working or studying, Matt loves to get outdoors and is an avid sailor.

You can follow Matt on twitter: @MattJoass

2 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi Matt
    I was interested to see you have founded Maven Funds Management. I’d like to know more. Are you in a position to elaborate. If now when do you think you will be as I have funds set aside ATM and I would appreciate some sort of time line.
    Many Thanks
    David Wallis AKA Unclewally

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