Capitalizing on Disruptive Technologies
Monika Garg, Senior Research Analyst and Technology Specialist, highlights key disruptive technologies that are driving forces behind a fast-evolving global digital economy. Disruption is being felt across industries, changing how businesses and consumers interact, and increasing the breadth of investment opportunities. We believe the speed of change and large opportunity set provides fertile ground for active managers to differentiate performance. 
Innovations in Healthcare and Their Resulting Investment Opportunities
Lisa Wheatley, Senior Research Analyst/Portfolio Manager, highlights some of the rapid innovations that we believe are accelerating the pace of medical breakthroughs, improving patient outcomes, and driving secular growth in many healthcare sub-sectors, e.g., more genetically targeted oncology, gene therapy to treat rare diseases, synthetic biology, and the cross-over of big-data harnessing techniques into healthcare.
Lisa Wheatley, as senior research analyst provides research coverage with an emphasis on healthcare for the Nicholas Partners Small Cap Growth Fund. Lisa is also the lead portfolio manager for NicHealth, an alternative strategy offered by Nicholas Investment Partners. This strategy is not offered as a mutual fund.
Creative Application of Technology Sparking Innovation and Disruption Across Small- and Mid-Cap Companies
Catherine Nicholas, Managing Partner/CIO and Lead Portfolio Manager, discusses Nicholas Partners’ approach to investing in companies ignited by positive change, often sparked by innovation and disruption. In an environment of slowing global growth, we believe investors should seek out companies that can control their own destiny, to some extent. Our portfolios are dominated by companies addressing unmet needs, creatively applying new technologies, and innovating the products and services of tomorrow. 
Catherine Nicholas, CIO and Portfolio Manager, featured on AssetTVs Master Class: Small Cap
Hear Catherine’s insights on what she believes to be key drivers for small-cap companies and the potential risks she is closely monitoring during a lively panel discussion featured on AssetTVs Master Class series. She also shares how she and the team identify and research dynamic growth companies meeting the three pillars of our investment philosophy: change, sustainability and timeliness. 
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