The Minotaur Team

Our founders are unlike anyone you have ever seen managing equities in Australia.

At the core of their DNA is the combination of a technology mindset, including an ability to develop software and a passion for equities investing culminating in 35 years’ of experience in the funds management industry.

A true team, diverse in perspective and background but with complementary skillsets leading to a broader remit than most other managed funds.


Portfolio Manager

8 years sell-side research at JPMorgan
2 years at prominent family office
5 years managing the global equities portfolio of one of the Atlassian founders


Portfolio Manager

11 years rising up the ranks at PM Capital
9 years at Perpetual, 6 running the high-performing Global Innovation Fund
Coding since a young age and built our system, Taurient

In the News

Dec 11, 2023 - Australian Financial Review

Tom Rice and ‘Arms’ Rosenberg resurface with AI-powered hedge fund

Street Talk understands Rice and Rosenberg have teamed up to launch Minotaur Capital Management – a new Sydney-based long-short global equity investment manager. Sources said their first fund will be far from ordinary, built using artificial intelligence at its core to help uncover winning ideas and manage risk.

Jul 19, 2023 - Livewire Interview

Perpetual's innovation fund returned over 40% in FY23. Here’s what PM Thomas Rice is backing for the coming year

“A lot of our best performers came from situations where we were able to react very quickly, even pre-emptively, to market events before there was time for the stock to improve,” he says.

Jul 7, 2023 - Australian Financial Review

Growth and quality funds triumph in testing year

In financial year 2023, its performance snapped back and delivered the best returns of any equities strategy tracked by Morningstar at 44 per cent before fees, according to preliminary data supplied by the research firm. Rice says the fund timed its investments better – such as taking a stake in Twitter after Elon Musk threatened to walk away from his acquisition.

Jun 16, 2023 - Australian Financial Review

Investor uses AI to help crack winning stock code

The ChatGPT-powered program that works for free and does not talk back helps Thomas Rice and his three research analysts accelerate their learning and process information on thousands of companies for the Perpetual Global Innovation Share Fund.

Jun 19, 2022 - Australian Financial Review

Perpetual’s Thomas Rice goes hunting for tech wreck stocks

“The mistake we made last November was we didn’t anticipate everything would be decimated so quickly,” Mr Rice said, of the rapid tech sell-off that dragged the Nasdaq down by 29 per cent.

Dec 27, 2020 - Australian Financial Review

The stockpicker returning 52.6pc

"Everything that actually matters in investing is in the future," he says. "Any stock is going to be based on its future cash flows. It's not observable. It's entirely theoretical. So it's all about coming up with theories about how businesses develop, what creates a competitive advantage and why it's not competed away."

Nov 17, 2020 - InvestorDaily

How Perpetual’s star fundie picked COVID winners

Another bet that paid off was a 2017 investment in Axon Enterprise – a company that made tasers, but which had an emerging police body camera business that was “losing a lot of money” despite their impending wider adoption amid a number of high-profile shootings. Perpetual bought at $24 and sold at $65 when it felt the market was realising the opportunity. Now they’ve bought back in.

Oct 25, 2020 - 2fold: Investing for impact podcast

S1 E7 Armina Rosenberg: Conversations with Future Generation

Armina is Global Equities Portfolio Manager at Grok Ventures, a private investment company established by Atlassian co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes. Louise and Armina discussed Armina's profound career journey, the companies in the portfolio that have been coronavirus-related beneficiaries, Armina's view on technology valuations and the investments she is watching closely.

Dec 27, 2019 - Australian Financial Review

Meet Atlassian founder’s punk-rock portfolio manager

Meet Armina “Arms” Rosenberg, the 32-year-old whiz-kid managing hundreds of millions in direct equities for Australia’s sixth-richest person, Mike Cannon-Brookes.

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