Who We Work With

Who we work with

Charity Investors

Charities with more than £2m to invest can take advantage of our segregated fund management service. Alternatively the Charity Value and Income Fund is ideally suited for smaller charities with significant income needs.

Private Investors

OLIM’s investment approach can deliver both income and long-term capital growth to meet client needs.

Who we work with

Wealth Managers

We offer a range of different investment options to suit different types of clients.

Who we work with

Institutional Investors

OLIM has a long history of delivering performance and service to both Charities and Pension Funds.

About Us

OLIM is a specialist investment manager. Our portfolios vary from pure UK equity to multi-asset mandates. We offer segregated portfolios as well as a unit trust and also manage a common investment fund for charities. All portfolios are managed by one investment team using our distinctive value-oriented investment process. OLIM has been delivering impressive investment returns and a superior client service for over 30 years.

Client Mix

  • Charities
  • Funds
  • High Net Worth

Meet the Team

Angela Lascelles

Angela Lascelles co-founded OLIM in 1986. She has been professionally engaged in investment since graduating in philosophy from London University. She has worked for both the Associated British Foods and Courtaulds Pension Funds. At the latter she managed the UK and Overseas bond portfolios and a major part of the UK equity portfolio. Since the formation of OLIM she has focused on managing equity portfolios. She is also responsible for our bond holdings.

Andrew Impey

Andrew is responsible for managing both equity and balanced portfolios at OLIM. He has over thirty years’ experience as a fund manager and has managed a broad range of funds. Prior to joining OLIM in 2009, Andrew was Chief Investment Officer at Singer & Friedlander Investment Management and also managed charity portfolios and private unit trusts. Earlier in his career Andrew worked at Dresdner RCM, River & Mercantile Investment Management and Strauss Turnbull & Co specialising in UK small and mid cap equities.

Patrick Harrington

Patrick joined the OLIM team in 2018 as a director and investment manager from stockbroker Baden Hill where he was Managing Partner. A highly experienced fund manager with over 25 years in the industry, Patrick has also worked for Jupiter Asset Management, Henderson Global Investors and M&G. Patrick is re-joining the team after working for OLIM from 2005-2009 and will be responsible for managing both equity and balanced portfolios.

Stuart Mant

Stuart became Head of Business Development for OLIM in 2016 and is responsible for marketing the OLIM funds across the UK. He has over 20 years’ experience in the investment industry and has previously held senior sales roles with a number of leading fund management houses in both the equity and fixed income markets as well as the tax efficient space. Stuart is also Head of Business Development for OLIMs parent company, Albion Capital.

Irresponsible dividend tax changes favour growth over income

The feasibility of drawing a comfortable income from the dividends paid on mid-sized share portfolios has reduced dramatically in recent years. In April 2016, the Government replaced dividend tax credits with a £5,000 dividend allowance, whereby the first £5,000 of dividend income was tax free. The change, while welcomed by those with the smallest portfolios, […]

The OLIM Charity Conference Slideshare

OLIM Charity Conference 2018 – Many thanks to all those who joined us at the RAC for our second conference ‘Charity Trustees in a Changing World’. The response to the event was excellent and the audience praised the quality and content of the presentations. Many attendees asked for access to the slides to share with their […]

The world’s greatest investors: Angela Lascelles

  By: Dr Matthew Partridge – as seen in MoneyWeek Magazine.      Angela Lascelles’ stockbroker father told her that she could never do what he did, as she was female. She decided to go into investment management anyway. After graduating in philosophy from Kings College London, she began as a graduate trainee at stockbroker Phillips & […]