Head of International Investments
Henrik Strabo is Rainier Investment Management’s head of international investments. In this position, Henrik is responsible for building and managing Rainier’s international small cap capabilities. Prior to joining Rainier in 2011, Henrik was managing director of global emerging markets for Rogge Capital. His more than 20 years of previous experience also includes international chief investment officer positions at American Century Investments and Clay Finlay. While at American Century, Henrik’s responsibilities included portfolio management duties for their Discovery Fund and International Growth Fund.
Henrik earned a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration from the University of Washington.
Senior International Research Analyst
Mac Rygiel is a senior international research analyst. Prior to joining Rainier, Mac served as a research analyst at Artisan Partners, covering global energy companies. As a research analyst at Janus Capital Group in Denver, he transitioned from a generalist role covering various industries including global energy, utilities, materials, and financial services to focus on energy. Mac worked as a corporate finance analyst at BC Hydro & Power Authority and began his career as an analyst at Raymond James in Vancouver, B.C.
Mac holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. He received a Master of Business Administration in Finance from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics with a minor in Political Science from Simon Fraser University.
International Research Analyst
Derrick Tzau is an international research analyst at Rainier. Prior to joining Rainier, Derrick was an equity research associate and assistant portfolio manager for Wentworth, Hauser & Violich, responsible for quantitative screening and equity research in their Global Emerging Market, Small Cap and Micro Cap strategies.
Derrick holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. He has a Master of Science in Finance from Seattle University and a Bachelor of Science from the University of British Columbia.