Who we are

We are a private investment firm servicing both high net worth individuals and institutional clients. We are experienced in managing wealth in the liquid global capital markets. Since early 2008, we have developed a strategic approach to preserve and grow wealth over the long term. Today we welcome others who seek to benefit from the same approach.

Sparrows Capital is an FCA authorised and regulated wealth management company. It is UK registered and headquartered at 1 Eversholt Street in the heart of London.

The team

Yariv Haim

Yariv Haim


Yariv Haim has over ten years experience in strategic investments, risk management and asset allocation. Yariv is the key executive and investment manager at Sparrows. He has worked with the Eliashar family for more than 15 years. Yariv is a sought-after lecturer in wealth management and efficient and contrarian investing strategies. He holds a BA in Economics and an Executive MBA from Tel-Aviv University.

Steven Fogel

Steven Fogel


Until March 2012, Steven was managing partner of the London office of international law firm Dechert LLP, where he also served for many years as a board member. He was the senior partner at Titmuss Sainer before its merger in 2000. In addition, from 2008 to 2010, he was on the advisory board of surveyors CWM.

Today, he is Chair of Uropharma, a medical device company, is a non executive member of the Board of international Solicitors, King & Wood Mallesons, SJ Berwin LLP and is an adviser to the Landon Family Trusts.

In addition Steven undertakes a range of pro bono work. As well as being on the University of London's Board of Trustees, Steven has also worked with a number of not-for-profit organisations, including the international wheelchair charity Motivation, and the Freud Museum.

Elroy Dimson

Professor Elroy Dimson

Consultant to the Board

Elroy Dimson co-directs the Centre for Endowment Asset Management at Cambridge Judge Business School and is Emeritus Professor of Finance at London Business School. He chairs the Strategy Council for the Norwegian Government Pension Fund and chairs the Policy Committee for FTSE Group. His publications include Triumph of the Optimists, Endowment Asset Management, and the Global Investment Returns Yearbook. He has been an Associate Editor of Journal of Finance, Review of Finance and other journals.

A co-designer of the FTSE 100 index, Elroy chairs FTSE’s advisory board and serves on the Council of Financial Analysts Journal. He is on the investment committees of Guy’s & St Thomas’ Charity and the Foundation for Social Entrepreneurs. He is past president of the European Finance Association, and Honorary Fellow of the CFA Society of the UK (FSIP) and of the Institute of Actuaries. He recently received the CFA Institute’s James Vertin award, the Moskowitz prize, and the Bernstein Fabozzi/Jacobs Levy award. He holds a PhD from London Business School, an M Com from the University of Birmingham, and a BA Economics from the University of Newcastle.

Fahd Rachidy

Fahd Rachidy

Head of Portfolio Design

Fahd is a partner and investment manager at Sparrows Capital. His primary expertise is on portfolio management, design and monitoring of strategic asset allocation investment strategies for Ultra High Net Worth Individuals and institutional clients. He is also a senior lecturer in Macroeconomics at the Institut Sciences Politiques Paris. Before Sparrows, Fahd was a senior executive at Edhec-ScientificBeta overseeing the investment advisory for European pension funds (efficient portfolio investments using systematic exposure to uncorrelated risk premia across liquid asset classes).

In early 2008 Fahd founded Vantage Global Investment Strategies providing macro investment strategies to a broad range of investors. Previously, he was heading the macroeconomic and statistical section at the French Central Bank. He started his career as a trader. Fahd has a Master’s degree in Macroeconomics from the Paris School of Economics and a Master’s degree from Ecole Centrale Paris.

Fahd Rachidy

Mark Northway

Head of Marketing

Mark is a seasoned practitioner in financial markets with wide ranging managerial and governance experience across credit, fixed income, equity and treasury markets. His knowledge spans multiple disciplines including marketing, trading, investment and the management of complex financial and regulatory risk. He has previously worked for LBBW, Rabobank and Standard Chartered Bank.

Fahd Rachidy

William Ladenburg

Head of Client Relationships

William Ladenburg joined Sparrows Capital in March 2016 to manage existing and new client relationships as well as helping to identify new business opportunities.

William started his career as an accountant before moving to WH Ireland as an Assistant Investment Manager where he spent 4 years. He joined Close Brothers in January 2010 as a Private Client Adviser before helping to set up the Client Relationship and Business Development teams that he managed until his departure to Sparrows Capital.

William is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Securities and Investment and in 2014 was named in the PAM Top 40 under 40.

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Sparrows is an independently owned investment firm which provides management services to substantial professional clients across the world. As stated elsewhere on this site, our overriding objective is to protect and increase the real wealth of our clients by investing using liquid and diversified ETF and Tracker funds, in order to capture market returns across all asset classes, irrespective of geographic location.

Consistent with that objective and aim, our principal strategy is to invest in funds which are managed by other investment managers (who may have committed to the Code).

Consequently we may, consistent with the level of risk, decide to exit an investment where we disagree with the manager's strategy and reinvest elsewhere rather than committing to spend a long period trying to change the manager's strategy.

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