Princeton Capital Management was formed in 1988 to offer to a select client base of high net worth individuals and institutions the successful analytical and investing methods practiced by its founders during their long and well-regarded careers at a number of prestigious institutions.
Drawing upon their expertise in the fundamental analysis of a broad range of securities - from the largest of companies around the world to the youngest and smallest U.S. based companies the founding partners developed a method of portfolio management that looked beyond the restrictive parameters of investment strategy style labels or benchmark considerations. They believed their clients would derive greater benefits from an approach that combined an expansive analytical consideration of companies large, small, young and mature, with disciplined portfolio construction focused on optimizing the balance between risk and return.
Over the past twenty-eight years, Princeton Capital Management has demonstrated the soundness of this approach by delivering competitive long-term returns across each of our investment strategies.
Integral to his focus on client relationships, Hugh is part of the investment team and provides capital markets perspective. Hugh has worked with institutional investors and in capital markets both in the United States and in London for more than thirty years. Prior to joining the Firm in 2006, Hugh was a Managing Director at Wachovia Securities (and successor firms before combining into Wachovia). Before that he was with Alex. Brown & Sons as a Senior Vice President, which included several years as manager of Alex. Browns international trading in London. Hugh was also previously associated with Wm Sword & Co., where he worked in fixed income and equity trading and in research. He graduated from Duke University with a BA in History.