About Gavin Ross & Co Portfolio Management Services


Gavin Ross & Co is an independent portfolio management services to high net worth investors requiring specialist professional management of their Australian stock market portfolios.

Gavin established Gavin Ross & Co in 1977 and now leads a team managing portfolios for high net worth individuals and families.

Gavin graduated university with an honours degree in economics and finance. 

“At university I read virtually every book in the library on economics, finance and investment. My goal was to know everything there was to know and become master of these subjects. 

I was also fortunate to discover Warren Buffett’s ‘value investing’ philosophies and strategies early on. It was like finding the Holy Grail. Buffett taught me that all that counts in investing is value, getting your money’s worth when you buy, and to ignore the market and the economy. 

Some people immediately get that it’s all about value, that the market is there to serve you not instruct you, and that it provides huge opportunities when it irrationally prices stocks. 

Successful investment requires intensity, patience, and a readiness to act instantly opportunity presents itself. We bring all these strengths to work for you.”

Our culture is a unique blend of investment excellence, partnerships with our clients, and respect for our people as family.

Gavin Ross is well known through his popular weekly investment talkback program on ABC Radio Melbourne (1988 – 2007), and Radio National (2000 – 2001).

Gavin is a past Chairman of the International Association of Financial Planning (Australia), and lectured on Financial Planning at the University of Melbourne between 1992-2000.

Our greatest strengths are:

We follow the “Value Investing” principles made famous by Warren Buffett.

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