Dominic has spent his entire career in the international equity profession. Educated at Westminster School and Christ Church Oxford, Dominic started his career in the City of London as a research analyst at Sheppards & Chase, covering the chemical and pharmaceutical sectors. He then joined James Capel, the number one firm in the industry at the time, before moving to New York in 1986 to start a US office for Sheppards & Chase. He then started the European equities operation in New York for Paribas before being appointed head of international equities at Societe Generale USA.
After 20 years on the sell side, it was time for a new challenge and Dominic joined SLS Capital, a long/short equity fund, to lead the international equity practice. In 2003 he moved to OppenheimerFunds to start and lead the international value strategy and was portfolio manager of the Oppenheimer Europe Fund, the Oppenheimer International Value Fund, the Oppenheimer Quest International Value Fund and co-manager of the Oppenheimer International Small Cap Fund.
He lives in New York with his wife of 30 years and their three children and enjoys tennis, golf, politics and cooking and eating fine food.