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VGI Partners Limited (ASX:VGI) is a high conviction global equity manager with offices in Sydney, New York and Tokyo, that manages capital for high net worth individuals, family offices, VGI Partners Global Investments Limited (ASX:VG1) and VGI Partners Asian Investments Limited (ASX:VG8). We focus on businesses that we understand and where we believe we possess insights not appreciated by the wider investment industry. VGI Partners’ long-term investment horizon provides a competitive advantage in an investment world which is increasingly focused on the short term. Our investment strategy is complemented with opportunistic short selling of low-quality businesses that are typically structurally challenged, poorly managed and materially overvalued.

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