#375 – Jonathan Fell, Ash Park Capital - People Always Overestimate The Extent To Which Tobacco Is A Dying Business

63 minutes

In episode 375, we welcome our guest, Jonathan Fell, founder of Ask Park Capital, where he manages the Global Consumer Franchise funds.

In today’s episode, we’re talking all things consumer staples and tobacco stocks. Jonathan has covered the space for over 30 years and shares the drivers behind successful consumer staples. Then we walk through the evolution of the tobacco industry and why he likes the setup for tobacco stocks today. We touch on the company’s current valuations, factor profile, return drivers, and the impact of ESG.  

As we wind down, Jonathan shares the impact of direct-to-consumer companies on large incumbents.

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Disclaimer: Ash Park Capital LLP (“Ash Park”) is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom (the “FCA”). Ash Park does not offer investment advice or make any recommendations regarding the suitability of its products.  This communication does not constitute an offer to buy or sell shares or interest in an Ash Park Fund. Nothing in these materials should be construed as a recommendation to invest in an Ash Park Fund or as legal, regulatory, tax, accounting, investment or other advice. Prospective investors in an Ash Park Fund should seek their own independent financial advice. The offering materials for an Ash Park Fund may only be distributed in accordance with the laws and regulations of each appropriate jurisdiction in which any prospective investor resides.

 

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