Paul Dumond
Chief Executive Officer

Paul Dumond is CEO of CIM. He is a director of CIM and serves on the firm’s executive committee. Prior to joining the company in 2007 Paul was the Chief Financial Officer of the Infotec division of Ricoh Company Ltd. Before that he was the CFO of the European division and Company Secretary of Danka Systems PLC. He has over 30 years’ experience in senior financial management and company secretarial roles and has served as a director and company secretary for a number of PLC’s since the early 1980’s. Paul is a Chartered Accountant.

Malcolm Jennings
Chief Compliance & Risk Officer

Malcolm Jennings is Chief Compliance & Risk Officer. He is a director of CIM and joined the company in 2006. Malcolm has no other day to day responsibilities at CIM outside the areas of compliance and risk. He has over 30 years’ experience in the financial industry with companies such as Barclays, ANZ Merchant Bank and Caledonia Investments. Malcolm is a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants and Chartered Institute of Secretaries & Administrators.

Neil Burrows
Director of Operations

Neil Burrows is Director of Operations at CIM, London and serves on the firm’s executive committee. He joined the company in April 2007 and has worked throughout his time in the company in the middle office, which he has headed since 2011. He was previously a marketing executive in the leisure industry. Neil Burrows graduated from the University of Sussex with a BSc in Environmental Chemistry.

Ben Cantwell
Financial Controller

Ben Cantwell joined CIM as Financial Controller in August 2015. He has over 10 years’ experience in accounting and finance functions and prior to his employment with CIM worked at SIG PLC. Ben is a Chartered Certified Accountant and also holds a BA (Hons) in Financial Management and an MSc in Corporate Finance from the University of Hull.


Ferry Hartoyo
Portfolio Manager

Ferry Hartoyo heads CIM’s research function in Jakarta. He has 24 years experience in financial markets. He was the Country Strategist and Head of Research for DBS Indonesia prior to joining CIM. His fifteen years of experience as an equity analyst also includes time with OCBC Securities and Sigma Batara. He was rated among the top analysts in Indonesia in 2004, by both Asia Money and Starmine Research in association with the Business Times and South China Morning Post. In 2005, AQ Research voted his team not only the most accurate research team in Indonesia, but also the one whose calls made the most improvement from the year before. In 2017, a Lipper award for the best ASEAN fund in Japan over a three-year period was given to client where CIM sub-advises on the Indonesian portion of the portfolio, historically around 35%. Ferry has a BA in Business Administration from Richmond College, London and is a licensed investment advisor in Indonesia.

Joseph Tjokrowinoto
Investment Analyst

Joseph Tjokrowinoto is an analyst at CIM, Jakarta. He has 14 years experience in financial markets. The first three were spent as an equity analyst at DBS Vickers Securities Indonesia, with focus on consumer products, property, plantations, mining and shipping. He was part of the 2005 award winning team at DBS. Joseph holds a Master of Commerce degree majoring in funds management and a bachelor of materials engineering from the University of New South Wales.

Limiati Purnomo
Investment Analyst

Limiata has 8 years’ experience in capital markets and asset management; the first 5 at the investment division of HSBC, the balance as a fixed income analyst in the investment arm of Sun Life, a Canadian insurance company. Past sector coverage includes multi-finance companies, telecommunication, utilities, and oil & gas. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of New South Wales, majoring in Finance.


James Morton
Chief Investment Officer

James Morton founded the business and is CIO at Santa Lucia Asset Management, Singapore. He has 40 years experience in financial services, and 25 in portfolio management. He has managed the CIM Dividend Fund since inception in February 2001. He had specific responsibility for Mackenzie Cundill Recovery from 1998 to 2018. The Recovery Fund won Morning Star Global Fund of the year in 2003 and 2005, and the Morning Star Canadian Investment Award for Best Global Small/Mid cap Fund for 2010. It also won the Lipper Global Small/Mid Cap Fund of the year in 2009 and 2010. James Morton’s previous employment includes Bain & Co, Arthur Young, Citicorp and Samuel Montagu. He holds an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, an MA from Stanford Food Research Institute and a Law Degree from Cambridge University.

James Morton edited The Financial Times “Global Guide to Investing”, and wrote “Investing With The Grand Masters” a Pitman/FT publication, “Investing with Young Guns“ a Pearson/FT publication, and “Prince Charles Breaking the Cycle” Ebury Press. He has been a guest commentator on CNBC, PBS, Bloomberg, London News Radio, Sky and business radio stations in the US.

Ng Kian Tat, CFA
Associate Portfolio Manager

Ng Kian Tat is an associate portfolio manager at Santa Lucia, Singapore. He joined in 2012 after graduation from Singapore Management University with a Summa Cum Laude Degree in Business Management – majoring in Finance. He was the industrials sector head in the SMU Student Managed Investment Fund. His team won the SMU CFA Global Investment Research Challenge in 2010 and was the champion in the National Next Fund Manager 2011.

Michael Paganussi
Director of Corporate Affairs

Michael has over 15 years’ experience within the financial services industry. He has worked in middle office positions for Citigroup, Bank of America Securities and Gleacher & Co. in New York. Michael was the Regional Director responsible for Asian operations and business developments at Marco Polo Network, an online equity trading network linking developed countries with emerging markets, in New York and Hong Kong. Michael holds a J.D. from Quinnipiac University School of Law and a B.A. in History from Fordham University.