RiverPark seeks to make investments in securities of large capitalization companies, which it defines as those in excess of $5 billion. RiverPark invests in what it believes are exciting growth businesses with significant long term growth potential, but patiently waits for opportunities to purchase these companies at what it believes are attractive prices. RiverPark believes the style is best described as a "value orientation toward growth".
Interview with Mitch Rubin
The Investment Adviser's investment process includes several well-defined steps:
1. Develop investment themes based on mega trends
2. Focus on competitively advantaged growth companies
3. Rigorously analyze financial statements
4. Construct portfolios with strict valuation disciplines
Our Portfolio Manager
J.D., CFA, Co-CIO, and Managing Partner of RiverPark Advisors, LLC
Mitch Rubin serves as the Portfolio Manager for the RiverPark Large Growth Fund and Portfolio Manager for the RiverPark Long/Short Opportunity Fund. After a brief career as a practicing attorney, Mitch has held various positions as an analyst and portfolio manager. Prior to cofounding RiverPark in 2006, Mitch served as the portfolio manager for several investment strategies at Baron Capital.
Mitch holds a BA in Economics and Political Science from the University of Michigan in 1988 and a JD from Harvard Law School in 1991.