– Paul Espinosa describes how large cap, cyclical companies led performance of the Value Fund, while small caps detracted from performance. He explains that the Fund is adding large caps and “gems” (companies with high returns on capital, good management and capital discipline) with once-in-a-cycle valuation levels. Paul highlights the addition of Mondi, a global packaging and paper company, to the portfolio.
- Daniel Duncan, Managing Director, Business Development and Client Services
- Paul Espinosa, Portfolio Manager
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- As of March 31, 2020, Cherkizovo Group PJSC comprised 1.7% of the Seafarer Overseas Value Fund. The Fund did not own shares in Mondi Group. View the Fund’s Top 10 Holdings. Holdings are subject to change.
- Daniel Duncan is a Registered Representative of ALPS Distributors, Inc.