Eric N. Roseman
Eric N. Roseman
Eric N Roseman is the founder, President and Chief Investment Officer of ENR Asset Management, Inc. based in Montreal, Canada.
In 1992, Mr. Roseman
launched The Impartial Global Mutual Fund Investor, which ranked many of the world's top-performing money-managers, including interviews, until 2007.
In 1995, he joined Agora Publishing in the United States - the largest investment publishing company in America.
Mr. Roseman also joined an Agora sister company, The Sovereign Society, in 1997 as a founding contributing editor and later became founder and editor of Commodity Trend Alert in 2003.
From 2007 to 2010, he was the Investment Director of the Sovereign Society.
In 1991, Mr. Roseman began advising non-Canadian investors, including the non-resident founder of Canada's largest mutual fund company in the 1990s.
Starting in 1996, he
established private banking relationships for international clients in Denmark, Austria and Switzerland.
In 2005, the company began advising U.S. investors following registration with the SEC
Since 1991, Mr. Roseman
has employed a global asset allocation approach to investing, offering traditional and non-traditional investment programs.
ENR's largest investors include one of Switzerland's largest insurance intermediaries, several European private banks, multinational corporations and high net-worth U.S. investors.
In 1998, he
co-launched the Momentum Emerald Fund
with London-based Momentum Asset Management UK
, a multi-manager boutique later sold to Pioneer Investments in the early 2000s.
Momentum Emerald Fund
, a conservative multi-manager product, earned 7% per annum with 7.4% annualized standard deviation (volatility measure) until it was closed in 2008.
Since 1995, Mr. Roseman
has spoken at public investment seminars and conferences, including The Sovereign Society
, Agora LLC
, The World Money Show
, and has appeared in numerous editorials, including The New York Times
, The Globe & Mail
and The Montreal Gazette
He also serves on the Board of Investment Advisors for The Oxford Club and the Board of Governors for The Sovereign Society.
He earned his Bachelor of Arts at McGill University in Montreal, Canada in April 1989.