Our team

Mark Page
Managing Partner

Mark began his trading career with Credit Suisse First Boston in 1988, having graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a degree in Chemistry and qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Coopers & Lybrand.

In 1992 he joined Citibank as Head of European Equity Trading, where he developed innovative techniques for combining investment decision-making with dynamic risk-control systems.

In 1994 he moved to Tokai Bank Europe to found a new Equity Trading Division. Over the following eight years this division developed a reputation for delivering strong risk-adjusted investment returns from a portfolio that combined innovative investment techniques within a relevant and transparent control framework. Average returns for this period were in excess of twenty-five percent per annum.

In 2002 he left to found Eriswell Capital LLP, a multi-strategy fund manager. Following three years of positive returns, Mark has decided to focus all of his efforts on the investment advisory business, Eriswell Capital Management LLP.

Andrea Badelt

Andrea is the Eriswell partner in charge of investor relationships in Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Relationships include large European financial institutions, hedge funds, family offices and corporates.

Born and educated in Germany, she spent three years at the Proprietary Equity Trading Desk at Bankers Trust in Frankfurt before moving to London to specialise in European equity opportunities arising from special corporate situations.

Prior to joining Eriswell, Andrea was responsible for specialist equity sales at Fimat London (subsidiary of Société Générale), and had previously worked at Cantor Fitzgerald Europe and Jefferies International London.

In 2002 she founded the London City Stammtisch, a regular gathering of German-speaking senior investment and business professionals.

Hugh Page

Hugh joined Eriswell in 2008 to co-head our StockWatch, with the brief of identifying and exploiting medium-term anomalies in the market.

Prior to that he worked at Gulf International Bank in London, where he co-ran the Falcon European Long/Short Fund specialising in proprietary relative value equity strategies. He had previously traded proprietary fixed income strategies at Australia & New Zealand Bank and Bank of Ireland.

Hugh holds a Physics degree from Trinity College Dublin and a Master of Business Studies in Banking and Finance from University College Dublin.