– Paul Espinosa explains that in the current growth-focused market environment, the Value Fund remains committed to pursuing long-term value opportunities. He discusses two top contributors in this context. Paul also notes three categories of stocks that have detracted from performance this year. Lastly, he explains that the search for value is leading the Fund to Brazil, with two new holdings.
- Paul Espinosa, Portfolio Manager
- Natalia Urbanek, National Accounts Manager
- Portfolio Review – Third Quarter 2020
- Fund Performance
- White Paper: On Value in the Emerging Markets
- Portfolio Briefing Archives
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- As of June 30, 2020, Amvig Holdings, Ltd. comprised 1.9% of the Seafarer Overseas Value Fund, Wilmar International Ltd. comprised 4.6% of the Fund, Giordano International, Ltd. comprised 1.8% of the Fund, Georgia Capital PLC comprised 2.9% of the Fund, and Crédito Real SAB de CV SOFOM ER comprised 1.2% of the Fund. View the Fund’s Top 10 Holdings. Holdings are subject to change.
- Natalia Urbanek is a Registered Representative of ALPS Distributors, Inc.