We Seek to Deliver Superior, Consistent Returns with Lower Downside Risk

Our goal is to maximize investor return and minimize any potential loss by applying the principles of a disciplined and pragmatic process, relying on facts, not speculation to purchase high return, predictable companies at sizeable discounts to intrinsic values.

Investment Principles

  • Invest with a long term, owner mindset
  • Invest alongside investors
  • Rely on facts, not speculation
  • Focus on downside protection and lower volatility
  • Use very conservative assumptions to generate valuations
  • Invest with a high margin of safety

Performance Summary

The Products & Performance page contains the most recent performance results and summaries.

The London Company

The London Company is a registered investment advisor and is majority employee owned. The portfolio managers average over two decades of experience in managing a focused, conservative investment process that aims to produce a consistent performance record with low downside risk.



The London Company (also called the Virginia Company of London) was an English joint stock company established by royal charter by James I on April 10, 1606 with the purpose of establishing colonial settlements in North America. It was one of two such companies, along with the Plymouth Company, which was granted an identical charter as part of the Virginia Company. The London Company was responsible for establishing the Jamestown Settlement, the first permanent English settlement in the United States, in 1607.