About Plato

Plato’s philosophy is centred on the belief that the market is a complex, adaptive system and is therefore inefficient.

These market inefficiencies are derived from informational, behavioural and structural sources. Some of these sources of return are exploited on a long-term, strategic time horizon and others are extracted on a short-term, tactical basis.

Plato’s investment process can be best characterised as a “systematic implementation of fundamental ideas”.