– Paul Espinosa highlights portfolio holdings based in Hong Kong, Brazil, and Vietnam to illustrate how the Value Fund’s performance was driven by company-specific factors, not simply a “value rotation.” He explains that the Value team is finding potential opportunities with companies that actively improved their operations during the pandemic.
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- As of March 31, 2021, Pacific Basin Shipping, Ltd. comprised 3.6% of the Seafarer Overseas Value Fund, Ambev SA comprised 3.4% of the Fund, Itaú Unibanco Holding SA comprised 3.5% of the Fund, PetroVietnam Technical Services Corp. comprised 3.6% of the Fund, Petrovietnam Fertilizer & Chemicals JSC comprised 2.9% of the Fund, Georgia Capital PLC comprised 4.0% of the Fund, Shangri-La Asia, Ltd. comprised 4.1% of the Fund, and Melco International Development, Ltd. comprised 3.2% of the Fund. View the Fund’s Top 10 Holdings. Holdings are subject to change.
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