Timothy Armour is the Chairperson and the Chief Executive Officer of Capital Group Companies located in Los Angeles. He also serves as the Chairman and the Principal Executive Officer of Capital Research and Management Company, Inc. He still serves as the Chairman of the Management Committee of the Capital Group Companies, and also the equity portfolio Manager. Before his 32 years’ experience with Capital Group, he was an equity investment analyst at Capital. Initially, Timothy Armour’s career started at the Capital where he participated in the Associate program. It was still in the Capital that he discovered the global telecommunications and U.S service companies.
Timothy D. Armour graduated from Middlebury College with a degree in Economics. Timothy’s experience has earned him membership of several boards. He is the chairperson, the Director, the Principal Executive Officer, and the Chairperson of the Management Committee of the Capital Research and Management Company.
Capital Group is a world’s leading investment management firms based in America. Jonathan Bell Lovelace established the company in 1931. The company has hired multiple managers with the aim of dividing each financial asset among some investors who choose stocks or bonds in relation to the research they have.
Timothy Armour works with Rob Lovelace (President, Capital Research, and Management Company), and Phil de Toledo (President, Capital Group) in the firm’s management committee in setting, relaying, implementing Capital’s overall business strategies, and also spearheading its operations. Tim believes that the strength of Capital Group lies on collective abilities of all the associates and not an individual in the journey of delivering quality long-term investment results to their customers. The company oversees over $1.25 trillion dollars for its clients with a huge percentage of its equity mutual funds. The company’s success has resulted from the engagement of more people through adverts and more emphasis on product sales.
Timothy Armour became the financial manager of Capital Group Companies after the death of James Rothenberg. Since his graduation from Middlebury College, Amour has been working for the Capital Group. He has defended well the track record of the company’s stock pickers. Armour has maintained a better return over time for his clients. His advice to investors is to avoid benchmarking and copying their ways of doing things since there are better appropriate alternative solutions out there. The company has sharpened its sales operations boosting a long term success.