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Jeremy Bryant

AIFM & ManCo services
Senior Vice President
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Jeremy is a Senior Vice President and Team Leader in the Research team. His role includes investment research, manager selection, portfolio analytics, investment and operational due diligence of alternative investments, including private markets and hedge funds.

Jeremy also contributes to the fund management solutions business, where he serves as Head of Risk (UK).


Before joining MJ Hudson, Jeremy worked as an Investment Consultant at Willis Towers Watson in the Diversifying Strategies research team, leading research into Systematic strategies and working on Alternative beta products. Prior to that, Jeremy worked for 6 years as a Senior Analyst at Aberdeen Asset Management, in the Hedge Funds team, as strategy lead for quantitative strategies. He also worked on portfolio construction, risk management and bespoke investment solutions modelling. Jeremy started his career as an Analyst at RBS Asset Management in the fund of hedge funds business.


  • MSci in Mathematics, Imperial College London
  • Expertise

    Investment consulting

    Investment due diligence

    Operational due diligence

    Manager selection

    Historically, infrastructure investment was dominated by banks, governments and those with specialist operating knowledge. This is no longer the case. What are the strategies for success and the pitfalls to be avoided? This report will try and answer these important questions.
    Sector reports
    The Paradox of Infrastructure Investing: At the Crossroads
    This report focuses on what we consider to be the key risks from an LP’s perspective particularly given the current market backdrop, with the substantial growth in PE assets, high levels of dry powder and as we near the end of the cheap credit era.
    Sector reports
    Key Risks in Private Equity Investing (From an LP’s Perspective)

    Factor investing roundtable

    “FACTOR INVESTING has grown from a niche strategy to attract sizeable investment flows. This approach assumes that systematic factors – such as value or size – define the characteristics of a security’s performance, providing the foundation for a consistent, rules-based approach to investment.”
     –  Quoted March 24, 2020

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